A quick and simple test can identify concussions in children as young as 5 with an astonishing rate of success, according to a new study. So why aren’t people talking about it more? The King-Devick test, as it’s called, was originally developed in the 1970s as a way to detect dyslexia. But a new study … More This 2-Minute Test Helps Parents Easily Figure Out If A Child Has A Concussion
Today, there are still many myths, misconceptions and misunderstandings about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Everyone from the media to mental health professionals may perpetuate these erroneous beliefs. Below, experts shared what most people don’t know (or commonly misunderstand) about ADHD. You’ll find everything from what causes ADHD to what helps it. 1. ADHD is … More “What Most People Don’t Know about ADHD” by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
Very premature babies are known to have an increased risk for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and a new study suggests this may be true also for babies born only slightly early. “There has been quite a lot of research on very preterm birth and the increased risk for ADHD but less evidence when it comes … More Nearly-term babies have elevated risk for ADHD