Create A New One

Posted: August 6, 2015 in Uncategorized


Article Sourced from: Healthline –
Written by Kimberly Holland and Elsbeth Riley | Illustrations by Tony Bueno
Published on September 4, 2014
Medically Reviewed by George T. Krucik, MD, MBA on September 4, 2014



Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental disorder that most often occurs in children. Symptoms of ADHD include trouble concentrating, paying attention, staying organized, and remembering details.

It can be a difficult condition to diagnose. Children with untreated ADHD are sometimes mislabeled as troublemakers or problem children. Make sure you know the basic facts and symptoms of ADHD.

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Heart Attack

Posted: August 13, 2014 in Uncategorized

Heart Attack | General Information about Heart Attacks
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Heart AttackGeneral Characteristics
The most common type of heart attack is caused by a coronary thrombosis, which occurs when a clot (thrombus) blocks one or more of the Blood vessels that nourish the heart muscle.

As a result of the lack of blood, part of the muscle may be damaged, and its ability to contract may be lost. This is known as a myocardial infarction.

If the infarct is small and the electrical impulses that control the heart’s contractions (beats) are not disturbed, chances for recovery are excellent.

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Shame and ADHD

Living with ADHD can feel like a constant stream of apologies: we’re sorry we’re late, sorry we lost our keys, sorry we can’t keep the house neat, no matter how hard we try.
If you have ADHD, especially if you were diagnosed late in your life, these endless apologies and self-blame may have added up to a crippling sense of shame.

If you won’t even look in your purse anymore because you’re tortured by how disorganized it is, you may have a problem controlling your shame.


ADD / ADHD Alternatives

Posted: August 5, 2014 in Uncategorized

ADD / ADHD Alternatives
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Alternative Approaches to ADD/ADHD Treatment
By Amy Paturel, MS, MPH Medically reviewed by Kevin O. Hwang, MD, MPH

Medication alone is not always the answer.
Over the past two decades, diagnoses of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)/attention deficit disorder (ADD) have continued to rise. According to Blair Hammond, M.D., Pediatric Clerkship Director in the Department of Pediatrics at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, this increase is “in part because doctors are more aware of the diagnosis, and also because parents are more aware of the condition and bring up the issue more frequently with their doctors/teachers.”

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Mobile Apps for Building Focus and Memory

For the ADHD brain, focus is like a muscle that needs routine exercise to grow stronger.

Thankfully, some of the best brain workouts are right at your fingertips — mobile apps designed to improve memory, concentration, and organization skills for ADHD adults.

Spend just a few minutes a day with these brain-training apps to bulk up your cognitive abilities. Your ADHD brain will thank you.



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