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Welcome!

January is a time for fresh starts, clean slates, and three words that most of us dread: New Year’s resolution. ADDitude’s e-newsletter is here to help. Click on these feature articles to help get you on track.
Happy New Year,
The editors of ADDitude

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Recommended Reading

Read reviews from the pages of ADDitude magazine at our online bookstore.

Ned Hallowell's Book Tour

Ned Hallowell, M.D. will be visiting these bookstores to discuss his new book, Delivered from Distraction.

Jan 21: Book Passage in San Francisco, CA
Jan 28: Barnes & Noble in Burlington, MA
Feb 4: Water St. Bookstore in Exeter, NH
Feb. 8: Wellesley Free Library in Wellesley, MA
Feb 17: Harvard Coop in Cambridge, MA

In the Next Issue of ADDitude

February/March 2005

You’ve Got Adult ADD...Now What?

For most adults, a diagnosis brings a cathartic sense of relief, effective treatment, and the promise of a better life.

Applications 101

From deciding on a school to acing the interview, here’s how to help your AD/HD teen put her best foot forward in the college admissions race.

Raising the Bar

In the years following his ADD diagnosis, a high-powered attorney made remarkable changes that improved his professional career. We can all learn from his example.

The Truth About ADD & TV

Is watching TV linked to a rise in ADD? Before you lock up your set, get the scoop on one of today’s most controversial studies.

Feature Articles

Mrs. Clean

Follow FlyLady Marla Cilley’s simple, ADD-friendly approach to conquering clutter, one pile at a time.

Get Organized for School

Children with ADD often have difficulties with two aspects of success at school: time management and paper organization. Read this article to get on track.

Download this FREE Handout!

The class is Homework 101 and your assignment is to download this PDF file! Learn when, where, and how to set-up a simple, yet efficient homework routine for your kids.

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