February 3rd, 2014
Here’s something that really worries me . . . . . . it often seems that as soon as someone presents with symptoms of ADHD, they’re handed a prescription. Now just for the record, I’m not against pharmaceutical intervention, but I’d like to see other interventions considered as well. And ideally before a prescription is written. So with that in mind, here’s a study to check out. Howard Abikoff, PhD and his colleagues at the New York University Langone Medical Center wanted to find out which non-medical treatments were most effective for helping people with ADHD improve their organizational skills….