New Study Finds Younger Students More Likely to Get ADHD Diagnosis
The research shows that younger students in the classroom are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than their older peers.
Study Finds ADHD Diagnosis Soaring Among Children
The study found the number of children diagnosed with ADHD is up 43 percent in less than a decade.
Parents May Be Best Detectors of ADHD in Their Children
The CDC observed that, in roughly 65 percent of reviewed cases, parents were often the first to recognize early signs of ADHD.
Parents of Children Who Were Handcuffed in School File Federal Lawsuit
Sheriff stands behind the officer who used handcuffs to restrain and dicipline a child with ADHD.
Kentucky Sherriff Used Handcuffs on 'Misbehaving' 3rd-Grader
Video shows one incident where an 8-year-old student with ADHD was handcuffed by police; the sheriff and deputy involved now face a lawsuit.
Federal Lawsuit Over Kids With ADHD Allegedly Handcuffed in School
Kentucky sheriff's department declined to comment; ACLU says 4,000 students with disabilities were handcuffed during the year.
Suzanne Somers Still Sizzles
Suzanne Somers steps back into the spotlight with new moves, a new book and a new show.
Concern Over ADHD Medications
New study highlights effects of drugs used to treat over six million children with ADHD.
New Study Reveals ADHD Can Be Treated Without Drugs
And big news for parents of children with add, attention-deficit hyper activity disorder. They can be treated about drugs by retraining their brain. And Reena ninan has that story. Reporter: This may look like just another video game, but it might be the answer to curing add for 13-year-old Devin.
New Study Suggests Exercise Can Help Kids with ADHD
Researchers find that 30 minutes of exercise before school could help kids with hyperactivity and paying attention.