Oct 2, 2023
ADHD is likely influenced by both genetics and the environment, starting before birth. Charlotte Cecil, Ph.D., shares insights from early research involving ADHD and epigenetics, and what the future may hold in terms of potential clinical applications.
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Sep 21, 2023
Given the prevalence of ADHD, every educator should assume they’ll be teaching at least one student with the condition. Evelyn Polk Green, M.S.Ed., highlights myths about ADHD, and the facts and accommodations teachers need to know.
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Sep 18, 2023
Lawrence Amsel, M.D., explains the unique challenges primary care providers and mental health clinicians face when engaging and treating patients with depression, and how to build trust and improve communication and outcomes.
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Sep 11, 2023
Studies suggest that ADHD increases the risk for postpartum depression. PPD may also exacerbate ADHD and can impact the wellbeing of the entire family. Jayne Singer, Ph.D., provides an overview of symptoms and treatment options.
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Sep 5, 2023
Laura Barr, M.Ed., counsels caregivers and neurodivergent college-bound students on factors to consider during a college search and how to make the process much less stressful for applicants with executive functioning challenges.
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