Mon Mar 4, 2013 7:14pm EST (Reuters) – Nearly a third of people diagnosed as children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) still have the condition in adulthood, according to a U.S. study of thousands. The researchers, whose findings appeared in Pediatrics, also found that these people were more likely to develop other mental disorders, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Childhood ADHD may lead to troubles later on in life
By MyHealthNewsDaily Staff Having attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as a child may affect a person’s education and salary prospects years later, a new study suggests. In the study, men who were diagnosed with ADHD as children achieved lower levels of education and earned less money at age 41 compared with men who did not have the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Childhood ADHD may limit adult achievements
It all starts in childhood, with the relationship between parent and child. The average onset of AD/HD is age three, and this is also the time when parents begin seriously working on expectations and discipline. But due to the impulsivity, inattentiveness and over-activity of the child, behavior problems and conflicts often ensue, and the parent-child […]Continue Reading... No Comments.