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Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA):
The most common psychiatric illnesses among the 5,343 children whose claims were reviewed were ADHD and attention deficit disorder.
Attention deficit disorder and methylphenidate: normalization rates, clinical effectiveness, and response prediction in 76 children.
When Anne is not dealing with parents who want their child labeled as ADD (attention deficit disorder) to get extra privileges or with a student who is thinking of transferring to a nearby high school to improve her class ranking, she is coping with the shock of once again meeting her lost love, who has enrolled his nephew in Fenimore High School.
Researcher Sarah Conklin told the conference, "A number of previous studies have linked low levels of Omega-3 to clinically significant conditions such as major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, substance abuse and attention deficit disorder. However, few studies have shown that these relationships also occur in healthy adults.
The conventional wisdom up here is that Northern Ontario needs to be tuned into the telecommunications revolution (read bandwidth) that is enabling the rest of the world to acquire Attention Deficit Disorder.
Ratey, Delivered from Distraction: Getting the Most Out of life with Attention Deficit Disorder (New York, Random House 2005)
Attention Deficit Disorder. The Unfocused Mind in Children and Adults.
Fisher, who was diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD) in sixth grade, spoke with Upfront about what it takes to conquer obstacles.
* Chronic bronchitis, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder or attention deficit hyper activity disorder and fetal alcohol syndrome/fetal alcohol effects are all more common among First Nations boys,
If so, then ATR exposures may also serve as a risk factor for neurodegenerative diseases and/or dysfunctions associated with these systems, which include Parkinson's disease, schizophrenia, and attention deficit disorder, among others (Crossman 2000; Epstein et al.
Modern society is in the grips of a form of attention deficit disorder driven by a financial infrastructure obsessed with quick returns, and a media intent on chasing trends.

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