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Growing Up With ADHD: Clinical Care Issues
In the years of transition to adulthood, obtaining adequate assessment and treatment for ADHD is often more difficult than at any other point during the lifespan.
Working Within a Campus Health Service: A Challenge With Many Rewards
Psychiatrists can provide significant support and insight to patients who are now coming to campus with a wide array of mental health challenges.
Challenges of Transitioning From Pediatric to Adult-Oriented Care
Who is responsible for treating the adolescent and young adult with psychiatric issues -- and when and how should transitions in care occur?
Bioequivalence for Generic ADHD Medications
When it comes to treating ADHD, not all medications are alike.
Assessing ADHD in Preschool Children
Do you know these 10 signs that may help you differentiate early signs of ADHD from the “typical” behavior of a 3- to 4-year-old?
Convergence Science: Shaping 21st Century Psychiatry
The Medici effect is upon us in biomedicine, and it’s called convergence science.
Deconstructing ADHD, Addiction, and Beyond
News and research highlights on ADHD, conduct disorder, substance use disorder, and behavioral addictions, including compulsive social networking.
ADHD—A Lasting Disorder Needing Long-Term Treatment
ADHD and impulsivity: ADHD is a highly prevalent disorder that persists across the lifespan in one form or another. There are often major impairments that result from persistent impulsivity symptoms
ADHD Is Not a "One-Size-Fits-All" Disorder
Research suggests there are varying versions of ADHD, and like multiple subtypes of cancer, ADHD encompasses an entire family of disorders.
5 Useful Apps for Adult ADHD
A psychiatrist reviews some digital apps you might suggest as an adjunct to established interventions (eg, medications, therapy) for adult ADHD.
Co-Occurring Mania and ADHD in Youths
Evidence suggests that co-occurrence with ADHD is a marker of preadolescent-onset mania. This slideshow provides some evidence for you to decide whether this form of very early-onset mania represents a developmental subtype of the disorder.
Infographic: Men With Versus Men Without ADHD in Childhood
The results of the study featured in this infographic showed that compared with men without childhood ADHD, men with childhood ADHD had higher rates of ongoing issues in adulthood.
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