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Attention Magazine June 2012

What Should I Feed My Child with ADHD?

Marianne Glanzman

ADHD is not caused by your child’s diet, but increasing evidence suggests that some symptoms, particularly mood and self-control, may be affected by what she or he eats.

ADHD, Eating Disorders, and Weight Issues

Roberto Olivardia PhD

Recent research studies have begun to see an association between ADHD and eating problems. How can ADHD predispose someone to develop an eating disorder or become obese?

The Exercise Prescription for ADHD

Michael Lara

What kind of exercise routine works with the ADHD brain? While most clinical studies researching the effects of exercise on ADHD have utilized running on treadmills, you don’t have to be a marathoner, or even a jogger, to benefit from exercise.

Surviving Your Inner Critic: Self-Limiting Beliefs and ADHD

Terry M. Dickson MD, ACG

A lifetime of frequent failures and disappointments can lead to loss of confidence, self-doubt, low self-esteem, and feelings of personal inadequacy. Here’s how adults with ADHD can cope with the distorted thinking and selflimiting beliefs that tend to predict negative outcomes.

Mindfulness and Adult ADHD

Mark Katz, PhD

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Bullying: What Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD Need to Know – a chat with Marlene Snyder, PhD

Marlene Snyder PhD

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Helping People Establish Healthy Eating Habits

Dorothy Mullen

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ADHD-Friendly Healthy Apps


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