December 2009


How Effective is Neurofeedback for Treating ADHD? New Study to Evaluate

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is sponsoring the first government-funded study to determine whether neurofeedback helps people with ADHD and other disorders.

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    Seizure Drug May Decrease Aggressive Behavior in ADHD Children

    The anti-seizure drug divalproex can help attention deficit children control aggression, according to a new study from Stony Brook University School of Medicine.

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    Shire Recalls Some Daytrana Patches

    Some Daytrana medication used to treat ADHD has been recalled due to problems separating the patches from their packaging liners.

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