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Adderall: Complete ADHD Medication Overview

Basics on the stimulant medication Adderall, its common usage guidelines, noted side effects, and typical benefits... more »

 
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20 Reasons Why You Should Hire A Coach

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How ADHD Coaches Drive Real Results

If you've tried medication, counseling, and every other alternative therapy out there, ADHD coaching might be the next... more »

 
How to find a support group for parents of children with ADHD.

The Importance of ADHD Support Groups

ADHD support groups connect you with other ADHD adults or parents of ADHD children. Learn how to locate... more »

 
Parents reveal their stories and solutions regarding ADHD medications.

ADHD Meds: My Worst Side Effect Ever

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When Meds Affect Appetite

When ADHD Treatment Impacts Appetite

How to keep your child well nourished when ADHD treatment and medications affect appetite and eating patterns... more »

Dr. Larry Silver M.D. is the author of two books about parenting ADHD/LD children. Ask The Expert Larry Silver, M.D.

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"Our pediatrician requires my four ADHD sons to have screenings every three months. Is this really necessary?"...

We have learned that medication alone is not enough. We cannot treat only the neurochemical deficiency.

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