ADHD

The prevalence of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) diagnoses in the United States increased significantly from 1997 to 2016, reports a new study.

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Pregnant women who have both severe obesity and diabetes may be more likely to have children with psychiatric disorders than mothers who don't have either condition during pregnancy, a new study suggests.

A pilot study investigating the effects of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medications in college students without ADHD has revealed an unexpected finding.

Children, teens and young adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be more than four times more likely to sustain traumatic brain injuries than other youth, a Taiwanese study suggests.

Rakesh Jain

Psych Congress cochair Rakesh Jain, MD, MPHlays out a 7-step plan for treating patients with ADHD who develop tolerance toward stimulants.

Athletes with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) face a greater risk for developing symptoms of anxiety and depression after a concussion than their peers without ADHD, new research suggests.

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Jovana Lubarda, PhD; Piyali Chatterjee, BA; David Goodman, MD
Steven Pliszka, MD; Valerie Arnold, MD; Andrea Marraffino, PhD; Norberto DeSousa, MA; Floyd Sallee, MD, PhD; Bev Incledon, PhD; Timothy Wilens, MD; Jeffrey Newcorn, MD
Robert Goldman, PhD; Lenard Adler, MD; Thomas Spencer, MD; Robert Findling, MD, MBA; Seth Hopkins, PhD; Kenneth Koblan, PhD; Kaushik Sarma, MD; Xiaohai Wan, PhD; Antony Loebel, MD
Stephen Faraone, PhD; Rick Nullmeier, BA; Norberto DeSousa, MA; Floyd Sallee, MD, PhD; BEv Incledon, PhD; Timothy Wilens, MD

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