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Celebrating Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month

Black History Month is celebrated throughout the United States, the UK, Canada, and Ireland, as a time to recognize the rich cultural heritage and achievements of the Black community (https://youtu.be/1JQ66r1KXxA). This year’s theme of Black Health and Wellness asks...

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Other Myths about ADHD

Other Myths about ADHD

Author: Stephen Faraone, Ph.D. Myth: ADHD is an American disorder. Those who claim ADHD is an American disorder believe that ADHD is due to the pressures of living in a fast paced, competitive American society.   Some argue that if we lived in a simpler world, ADHD...

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Psychotherapy for ADHD

Psychotherapy for ADHD

Author: Stephen Faraone, Ph.D. Psychotherapy and ADHD: How a Harvard Professor Help his Patients Professor Larry Seidman is world renowned for his neuropsychology and neuroimaging research.   In addition to all of his creative science, he has found the time to create...

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Love, Sex and ADHD

As a researcher who has devoted most of the past three decades to studying ADHD, I am surprised (and somewhat embarrassed) to see how little research has focused on how ADHD affects the romantic side of life.   There are over 25,000 articles about ADHD listed on...

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