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5 Mistakes Adoptive Parents Make While Being Role Models - BoldSky

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5 Mistakes Adoptive Parents Make While Being Role Models
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Gone are the days when adopted children were looked upon with raised eyebrows. Adoption is now a universally accepted fact. Parents from many countries are actively adopting because they have started understanding the value of giving a child a second ...

Linking brain development and autism - Medical Xpress

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Linking brain development and autism
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"A major issue with autism diagnoses is that a lot of centers are inundated with people who are looking to receive an evaluation for their child, and it's not uncommon for there to be a very long wait to see a clinician," she said. "One of the nice ...

Kids with ADHD Tend to Miss Out On Healthy Behaviors - PsychCentral.com (blog)

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Kids with ADHD Tend to Miss Out On Healthy Behaviors
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Children diagnosed with attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) tend to engage in fewer healthy lifestyle behaviors compared to their non-ADHD peers, according to a new study published online in the Journal of Attention Disorders. The ...
Are our smartphones afflicting us all with symptoms of ADHD?The Conversation US
ADHD Research Finds Brains Of Kids 'Significantly' Different In MRI StudyHuffington Post Australia
How I Overcame ADHD Without Knowing ItThe New Indian Express

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On the Brink of Breakthroughs in Diagnosing and Treating Autism - Scientific American (blog)

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On the Brink of Breakthroughs in Diagnosing and Treating Autism
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There's a popular saying in the autism community: “ I f you've met one person with autism, you've met one person with autism.” Although this phrase is meant to convey the remarkable variation in abilities and disabilities among people with autism ...

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ADHD Research Finds Brains Of Kids 'Significantly' Different In MRI Study - Huffington Post Australia

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ADHD Research Finds Brains Of Kids 'Significantly' Different In MRI Study
Huffington Post Australia
New Australian research claims to have ended long-running debate about whether Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) exists in children, finding "compelling evidence" that it's a real medical condition. The James Cook University research, ...
Kids with ADHD Tend to Miss Out On Healthy BehaviorsPsychCentral.com (blog)
Feds urge behavior therapy before drugs for kids with ADHDBabyCenter (blog)
How I Overcame ADHD Without Knowing ItThe New Indian Express
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CDC Issues Treatment Plan for ADHD Kids - Patch.com

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CDC Issues Treatment Plan for ADHD Kids
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Medicating ADHD children with Ritalin, Adderall and other powerful drugs is often the first and only treatment they receive. But the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) emphasized this week that behavior therapy should be the first step ...
Are Canadians overmedicating children with ADHD?Toronto Star
New CDC Report Emphasizes Importance of Behavior Therapy for ADHDADDitude (blog)
CDC warns that Americans may be overmedicating young children with ADHDWalla Walla Union-Bulletin

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Therapy Too Often Takes Back Seat to Drugs for ADHD-Diagnosed Preschoolers, Says CDC - AllGov

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Therapy Too Often Takes Back Seat to Drugs for ADHD-Diagnosed Preschoolers, Says CDC
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NEW YORK (AP) — Too many preschoolers with ADHD still are being put on drugs right away, before behavior therapy is tried, health officials say. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday that three in four young kids diagnosed ...

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After a breakup, your child's safety comes first - Toronto Star

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After a breakup, your child's safety comes first
Toronto Star
However, I've just had a baby, so it'd be six children (including the boy who's a handful). I said it's too much for me this year. Now he's refusing to have his daughters visit, saying I'm mean spirited. His children live with their mother. She says ...

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How autism can make the teenage years even tougher - Sydney Morning Herald

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How autism can make the teenage years even tougher
Sydney Morning Herald
Having Aspergers, now formally known as Autism Spectrum Disorder, has made many of the usual trials of teenage-hood tougher for Jack. Moving up to secondary school, making new friends, finding a sport or hobby, these mole hills can become mountains ...

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ADHD Associated With Video Game Addiction - Psychiatric Times

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ADHD Associated With Video Game Addiction
Psychiatric Times
Video game addiction appears to be associated with ADHD and other psychiatric disorders, according to a new study.1. “Excessively engaging in gaming may function as an escape mechanism for, or coping with, underlying psychiatric disorders in attempt to ...

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