Medicine & TechnologyAttention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is commonly diagnosed in children, but a recent study reveals that dogs may also develop a behavioral problem similar to ADHD in humans.
A new study on the effects of medication prescribed to those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder suggests that teens and young people could face an increased risk of psychosis with certain drugs.
It seems the trends have begun to change. In an increasingly competitive work environment the pressure to perform in many white collar jobs has skyrocketed. To cope with the situation and perform even better, many white collar job workers have turned to the support of ADHD drugs to help them focus and increase their productivity.
Children exposed to tobacco smoke in the home are up to three times more likely to have attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) compared to children from smoke free homes according to a new study from Spain.