attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

 
Global warming may dwindle the supply of a key brain nutrient
Global warming may dwindle the supply of a key brain nutrient
The Mail & Guardian is publishing this article as part of a network of over 300 publications that are sharing journalism on the climate...
[From our archives] The unforgiving days of too much wine and never enough roses
[From our archives] The unforgiving days of too much wine and never enough roses
Charmaine Kok* (34) lifts herself out of a rusted metal chair in her houthok's (wooden shack) kitchen and trudges to her son, Smallie....
[From our archives] 'Smart drugs' rife at universities
[From our archives] 'Smart drugs' rife at universities
'My brother's mates at varsity used to ask me for pills, and whenever I would say no [he] would steal a few tablets anyway," Melissa* says. "One of...
Channelling the energy of ADHD
Channelling the energy of ADHD
One has acquired more Olympic medals than any other athlete in history; the other was knocked out of the Games after just 250 seconds. But Michael...
Adults who cannot sit still
Adults who cannot sit still
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is by now a well-known condition -- one that for many conjures up images of excessively active...
Genes aren't to blame for mental problems
Genes aren't to blame for mental problems
When the map of the human genome was presented to the world in 20 01, psychiatrists had high hopes.
ADHD's roots are complex
ADHD's roots are complex
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder is the bane of many parents, nurseries and schools. Children who suffer from the condition find it...
Living with ADHD is not child's play
Living with ADHD is not child's play
Five percent of adults have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and 90% of them are not diagnosed or aware of it. So the question is:...

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