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ADHD

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Apr'13

The Western Diet and ADHD in Kids

A Western diet that contains too many processed foods isn’t healthy for anyone, but it may be especially harmful for adolescents prone to ADHD. According to a new study from Australia, the typical Western style of eating may increase the risk of ADHD in adolescents.

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16

Oct'12

Exercise May Lead to Better School Performance for Kids with ADHD

A few minutes of exercise can help children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder perform better academically, according to a study led by a Michigan State University researcher. The study shows for the first time that kids with ADHD can better drown out distractions and focus on a task after a single bout of exercise.

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13

Oct'12

Edublox op Ontbytsake

Het jou kind 'n leerprobleem? Sukkel hy om sy volle potensiaal te bereik? Het jou kind 'n konsentrasieprobleem of 'n swak geheue? Lees hy stadig en hakkelrig, of lees hy met swak begrip? Verwar hy dalk letters soos b en d? Spel hy woorde soos wat hulle klink, soos "sienkie" pleks van "seuntjie"? Is hy gediagnoseer met disleksie of ADHD? Edublox maak leer en lees maklik!

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10

Jul'12

Brain Training Helps Children with ADD and ADHD

It seems as if all and sundry are being diagnosed with “Attention Deficit Disorder” (ADD) or “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder” (ADHD) these days. It is all too easy to put a label on behaviours that don’t conform to the norm; what do these behaviours actually mean and what can be done to treat them?

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13

Apr'12

About ADD / ADHD Labels

It seems as if all and sundry are being diagnosed with “Attention Deficit Disorder” (ADD) or “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder” (ADHD) these days. It is all too easy to put a label on behaviours that don’t conform to the norm; what do these behaviours actually mean and what can be done to treat them?

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28

Mar'12

Brain Training Clinic Is Well Worth Your Attention

Many children are being “diagnosed” with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) these days, but Susan du Plessis, director of educational programmes at Edublox reading and learning clinic, believes the disorders can be cured or even prevented if certain behaviours are intercepted and the brain is trained from an early age.

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22

Jul'07

Paediatric Ritalin Use May Affect Developing Brain, Study Suggests

Use of the ADHD drug Ritalin by young children may cause long-term changes in the developing brain, suggests a study of very young rats by a research team at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City.

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