New research explains that medications typically used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may actually increase Parkinson’s disease risks.
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New research found that how a child controls hand movement may accurately determine how severe, if any, the case of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is.
While the disorder generally carries hyperactive symptoms, not all children with ADHD prove to be what appears as overly active.
Researchers found that certain restrictive diets can help reduce such behaviors.
The researchers were able to make a distinction between the genetic and environmental effects on the participants’ cognitive abilities.
The study significantly helped the researchers understand that three or more symptoms of ADHD would considerably increase the prevalence of obesity.
Researchers have developed a program that can not only improve driving skills of these potentially dangerous teens, but also can help improve relationships with friends and family.
The most dangerous finding, is that when asking children about their experiences and how they feel after stopping their medications, the children explain feelings of being completely different, like a different person.