ADHD


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AcronymDefinition
ADHDAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
ADHDAnno Domini High Definition (Riverside album)
ADHDAlle Dagen Heel Druk (Dutch: Very Busy Every Day)
ADHDAny Day Happy Day (webcomic)
ADHDAny Day Hyper Day
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All the athletes with ADHD had greater losses than others in verbal memory and more severe concussion symptoms one to two days after their injury, the study found.
In univariate analyses, compared with controls, both groups with ADHD had poorer verbal memory and greater total symptoms at 24 to 48 hours after the injury.
In the U.S., anxiety disorders such as ADHD are the most-common mental illness, affecting 40,000,000 adults, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.
Across the globe some teachers are mistaking the immaturity of younger children in their class for ADHD. Although teachers do not diagnose it, they are often the first to suggest a child may have ADHD, researcher from the Curtin University in Australia said.
'Our finding added to the evidence supporting the need for ADHD prevention strategies and would be helpful in the development of effective public prevention policies intended to promote healthy family environments, ' said co-author Jin-won Kwon from the Kyungpook National University in South Korea.
ADHD is something lots of parents worry about but plenty of people with the disorder have gone on to achieve great things - but early diagnosis, say experts, is key to managing it.
ADHD increases the risk of subsequent STIs among adolescent and young adult populations by about three times, reports a study.
However, the benefits of ADHD medication to lower STD risk was seen only in the male patients who participated in the study.
Kooij focused instead on the evidence suggesting that ADHD and sleep problems have a shared etiology.