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Posts Tagged ‘attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder’

By On August 14th, 2018

Concussions may contribute to a unique form of ADHD in children

Children and adults with a history of brain injury have been shown to be at a heightened risk for developing attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder compared to the average person, but new research suggests they aren’t developing your typical case of ADHD. According to a study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry, children with a history of…

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By On June 25th, 2013

ADHD May Be Related To Longer-Lasting Brain Injury

According to a recent study, children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are much more likely to develop a moderate disability or more significant symptoms following traumatic brain injury. Senior author of the study Dr. Stephanie Greene began the study after noting that “some children with ADHD didn’t recover as well following a traumatic brain injury.”…

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