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UCD Babylab Team are currently running a study exploring group differences between children with ADHD within the family and those without.The aim of this study is to help identify if there may be any early indicators for ADHD for future research. Research such as this is in its infancy - excuse the pun!!

Learn faster. Retain more. Perform better on tests. Yes, really. With these research-based techniques for studying with ADHD, teens can do better on exams without pulling all-nighters.

 

I remember when we first started to see signs of disorganization in our son, Michael. He struggled with organizing his schoolwork and finishing tests. He also found it hard to remember things.

The condition makes it difficult to concentrate and organize, but those with ADHD can still be high performers. The key is preparation.

I don’t want to jinx it, but I feel like we’ve had a pretty good couple weeks in terms of PR for ADHDers.

Very recently, journalist Yashar Ali posted a brilliant Twitter thread about ADHD that went viral. In the thread, Ali revealed his ADHD diagnosis and talked about how ADHD affects his life.

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