Research proves that lemon balm and valerian root curb hypersensitivity and boost concentration and focus for ADHD kids. Isn’t it time we stop drugging our kids?
Gingko biloba has been used for brain health and neurological conditions for centuries. Research is now confirming that Ginkgo can treat children with ADHD – even those currently on medication.
Prescriptions for drugs given to kids for ADHD have been skyrocketing. Are they safe? New evidence is emerging that along with a host of side effects, ADHD drugs can also reduce bone density in children. Here is the latest on ADHD drug adverse effects.
ADHD in children is still a mystery for most parents. Lead and other pollutants are now more than implicated in ADHD – solving much of the mystery of this condition. Find out about lead and the other pollutants implicated.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder has now been linked to mothers’ pesticide exposures. Pesticide exposures are also linked to other cognitive and behavioral problems.
German researchers have determined that a formula of three herbs successfully treats children with learning difficulties, behavioral problems, anxiety, depression and attention deficit issues.
Oxford University researchers have determined that DHA derived from algae increases reading performance, memory and behavior in children who are underperforming or have attention-deficit disorders.
Research is finding what we probably already knew. That play is not just therapeutic for kids: It also reduces symptoms of ADHD.
A new report just released at a recent American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference recommends that children as young as four can now be diagnosed and treated for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Does this mean more pharmaceutical drugs for young children? Likely, according...
Research from the University of Western Australia has found that ADHD in children is linked to diet, and more specifically, to the Western diet – a diet known for being rich in meats, fried foods, processed foods and sweets. The study reviewed the...
Recent research has connected attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) among children to mineral deficiencies, including zinc and iron. In one study, researchers from Ohio State University and the Nisonger Center found that 30 milligrams of supplemented zinc per day lowers the need for ADHD...