I find them counterproductive – and I feel that we owe ourselves a break given all that has happened over the last 12 months. I’ve never been particularly fond of new year’s resolutions. Whenever I’d bite the bullet, embrace the stereotypes and take advantage of cynical “new year, new you” marketing, it always felt gimmicky […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When you hear ADHD, what comes to mind? For many, the image of an elementary-age boy jumping up during class is typically what pops up first. In reality, the impacts of ADHD can be pervasive in any context, and they can show up in different ways based on the person themself, as well as the person’s […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In our last blog post (Part 2 of 3), we mentioned biologically-based tools that might allow doctors to objectively diagnose ADHD in the coming century. However, we are not there yet. Today, we take a look at how we imagine clinical criteria for ADHD might change even sooner, in the next decade or two. Currently, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Jacqueline Howard, CNN The prevalence of ADHD has continued to rise significantly among adults in the United States within the past decade, a new study suggests. “Specifically, there was a 43% increase in the rate of adults being newly diagnosed over the 10 year period,” said Dr. Michael Milham, vice president of research at […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In recognition of National ADHD Awareness Week, CoachRudy will be highlighted in a LIVE radio interview on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2008. He will interviewed by local commentator, David Hurand on WCQS Public Radio in Asheville, NC. The topic is “Adults with ADHD”. You can listen to the LIVE interview from the Asheville area on WCQS at 88.1 […]Continue Reading... No Comments.