ADHD News & Research

ADDitude Is Now a Part of WebMD

ADDitude has been acquired by WebMD, the world’s leading source of health information and support. ADDitude will continue to produce ADHD news, free webinars, expert advice, the magazine, and more.

Dear ADDitude partners, contributors & readers,

We are proud to announce that ADDitude is now a part of WebMD, the leading destination for trusted health information worldwide.

Founded in 1998 as a grassroots website by Ellen Kingsley, a journalist and parent who found it difficult to find helpful guidance when raising her child with ADHD, ADDitude has grown into a vibrant multi-platform community reaching millions of people with ADHD and related conditions every month. Thanks to the remarkable engagement and support of our contributors, our editorial advisors, and the ADHD community at large, ADDitude is now the world’s leading source of ADHD information and advocacy.

Under the continued guidance of its long-time editorial and advertising teams, ADDitude will continue to publish its quarterly print magazine, and to offer a rich set of features, news articles, free webinars, newsletters, and interactive tools at ADDitudeMag.com. In keeping with our ongoing commitment to publish evidence-based research, expert insight, and tested strategies, we will continue to consult regularly with the ADDitude Medical Advisory Panel and adhere to ADDitude’s Editorial Standards.

By joining the WebMD Consumer Network, we look forward to accelerating our commitment to individuals and families living with ADHD, broadening our impact, and elevating the voices of people touched by ADHD. “ADDitude and WebMD share a core mission to empower patients with a digital health information platform that can improve and enhance their lives,” said WebMD and Internet Brands CEO Bob Brisco. For more information about how the acquisition of ADDitude builds upon WebMD’s leadership in empowering consumers and patients with best-in-class condition and disease focused content and resources, see the press release from WebMD.

At ADDitude, we look forward to reaching even more people in need and to better serving our loyal readers in the years ahead. As the ADHD landscape shifts and grows, we feel confident that this relationship will fuel ADDitude’s growth and allow for exciting new products, services, and breakthroughs.

Sincerely,
Susan, Wayne, Anne, Anni, Eve, Nathaly, Lilly, and Hope

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