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ADHD Weekly, May 30, 2019

Researchers Consider Role of Maternal Diet in ADHD

Could the foods a woman chooses during pregnancy decrease her child’s likelihood of being diagnosed with ADHD? It’s been known for some time that omega-3 fatty acids can help to improve ADHD symptoms in some children. Several research studies have shown that addressing symptoms using omega-3 supplements can be helpful, but overall the studies have…



Food Choices for Children with ADHD

Can what your child eats affect her ADHD symptoms? We know that diet and food do not cause ADHD, but there’s a growing body of evidence that some dietary supports can help improve symptoms for a number of people. Developmental pediatrician Marianne Glanzman, MD, takes a serious look at the nutritional needs of children who…



Podcast: Executive Function In Impulsive Children

ADHD 365: Executive Functions and Impulsivity in Children with ADHD Featuring Connor Patros, PhD Connor Patros, PhD, discusses his interest in looking at how neurocognitive factors, executive functions, relate to the ADHD symptom of impulsivity. He shares with listeners some of the interventions that can strengthen executive functioning for children.   Dr. Patros is a…



Webinar: Thomas Brown Discusses Common Treatment Problems

CHADD Webinar: 4 Common Problems in ADHD Treatment for Teens and Adults Featuring Thomas E. Brown, PhD June 11, 2 PM ET Are you feeling frustrated that you don’t have immediate results from your ADHD treatment plan? It could be a matter of taking more time, or it could be time for another approach. Some…



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