Blog Posts - Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder



Doctors Are Using a New Device Called a Geodesic Sensor Net to Map the Location of Seizures Suffered by Epilepsy Patients

EGI's HydroCel Geodesic Sensor Net The HydroCel Geodesic Sensor Net holds each electrode in place with gentle radial compression that allows the Net to adjust to each patient's head shape, which... Learn, support and connect with people who hav...
by EPILEPSY YOU'RE NOT ALONE on May 12, 2016

ADHD meds may be a prescription for bullying

Kids and teens who take medications like Ritalin to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder are twice as likely to be physically or emotionally bullied by peers than those who don’t have ADHD, a new University of Michigan study found. At...
by PsyPost on Nov 20, 2015

Nutrition and Mind – World Psychiatry Reports

Issues with the purported inadequacy of nutritional supplements do parallel the overwhelming public angst over the limitations of psychiatric medications themselves.
by CorePsychBlog on Oct 12, 2015

Top 10 airlines in the world

Singapore Airlines is considered for 20 years in a row, the best airline in the world   The publication Fortune presented a ranking of the 10 best airlines in the world. Singapore Airlines, No. 1 Singapore Airlines was the first airline benefited...
by We care about your travel on Aug 4, 2015

Financial Assistance for Children With ADHD

Is there any financial assistance for ADHD children? As you know, ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is one of the Learning Disabilities that often prevents the people that have it to learn in an effective manner. Financial Help for Bas...
by Start Grants on Jul 20, 2015

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Drugs Concerta And Ritalin Get New Warnings For Rhabdomyolysis In US And Priapism In Canada

Muscle-Wasting Side Effect "Rhabdo" Seems To Apply To Entire ADHD Class Of Drugs Given That April 2015 FDA Letter Was Sent To All Manufacturers (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) We start in the US where an April 15 FDA letter to d...
by Drug Injury Watch on Apr 22, 2015

Common Causes of Mood Swings

The definition of a mood swing is an abrupt and apparently unaccountable change of mood.  They can occur for no apparent reason or they can be brought on by circumstances though the mood might be out of proportion to what is really going on. These m...
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 3, 2015

Sex-specific enhanced behavioral toxicity induced by maternal exposure to a mixture of low dose endocrine-disrupting chemicals.

Humans are increasingly and consistently exposed to a variety of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs), chemicals that have been linked to neurobehavioral disorders such as ADHD and autism. Many of such EDCs have been shown to adversely influence b...
by PolygenicBlog on Dec 9, 2014

Oppositional Defiant Insights

CorePsych From murderers to ADHD, from Oppositional Defiant to Conduct Disorders, biology - actual biologic markers - can turn the tide of apparently conflict-free behaviors. The post Oppositional Defiant Insights appeared first on CorePsych.
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 16, 2014

Oppositional Defiant Insights

CorePsych From murderers to ADHD, from Oppositional Defiant to Conduct Disorders, biology - actual biologic markers - can turn the tide of apparently conflict-free behaviors. The post Oppositional Defiant Insights appeared first on CorePsych.
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 16, 2014

15 ways to improve your attention and stay focused

By David Joel Miller. Here are 15 ways to boost your ability to pay attention and stay focused.   Most of us were never taught how to stay focused and pay attention. We were told to “pay attention” and if … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Nov 12, 2014

Copper Levels, Mind, Anxiety and Estrogen

CorePsych Free copper levels, measured by using serum copper and ceruloplasmin calculations, will become important in treatment only if measured and identified. Calculations are in order. The post Copper Levels, Mind, Anxiety and Estrogen appeared fi...
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 3, 2014

Copper Levels, Mind, Anxiety and Estrogen

CorePsych Free copper levels, measured by using serum copper and ceruloplasmin calculations, will become important in treatment only if measured and identified. Calculations are in order. The post Copper Levels, Mind, Anxiety and Estrogen appeared fi...
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 3, 2014

5 Best Behavior Strategies for ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is greatly misunderstood and most people have a very poor impression of children diagnosed with the condition. Largely believed to […]...
by How To Learn on Oct 20, 2014

Pyrrole Disorder and Depression – Walsh Biotypes

CorePsych Pyrrole disorder is one you must absolutely consider in treatment resistant depression: Severe pyrrole levels have been observed in persons diagnosed with violent behaviors, depression, schizophrenia, and other serious mental disorders. The...
by CorePsychBlog on Oct 12, 2014

Pyrrole Disorder and Depression – Walsh Biotypes

CorePsych Pyrrole disorder is one you must absolutely consider in treatment resistant depression: Severe pyrrole levels have been observed in persons diagnosed with violent behaviors, depression, schizophrenia, and other serious mental disorders. The...
by CorePsychBlog on Oct 12, 2014

What causes Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – ADHD?

By David Joel Miller What do were really know about who gets ADHD and why? Developmental Psychopathology is the discipline that studies why one person gets a mental illness and another does not. This discipline also looks at how a … Continue re...
by counseolrssoapbox on Sep 29, 2014

Overmethylation and Depression – Walsh Biotypes

CorePsych This brief video on the Walsh overmethylation - folate deficiency depression biotype [2 of 5] - will remind you of the the fact that depression is more than just an appearance of sadness. The post Overmethylation and Depression – Wals...
by CorePsychBlog on Sep 27, 2014

How many kinds of attention are there?

By David Joel Miller You need more than one kind of paying attention skill One kind of paying attention skill is not enough. From the first day of life you had to pay attention. As you grew and developed you … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Sep 22, 2014

TotallyADD, Rick Green, Parker & Galileo

CorePsych I'm very pleased to announce to CorePsych readers that I've been invited by Rick Green, as a 3 Episode Webinar Guest on his webinar site TotallyADD - coming soon in October. Topics: Why, How and What on the multiple issues swirling in the m...
by CorePsychBlog on Sep 21, 2014


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