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Foster kids more likely to have ADHD

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common behavioural health diagnosis among children enrolled in Medicaid in America.

Your child may not "outgrow" ADHD

Many parents expect their child to simply "outgrow" their ADHD but differences in memory and brain structure could mean that it simply isn't the case.

Near-term babies still have higher risk of ADHD

Very premature babies are known to be at a greater risk of developing ADHD but now, new research suggests that babies born even a week or two shy of their scheduled date could also have an elevated risk.

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Delia Strondl is a Registered Career Counsellor focusing on both school readiness and career counselling. She achieved her honours in Psychology and completed a career counselling internship. Since then, she has been working with children with a variety of learning difficulties including ADHD and Cerebral Palsy. Read more

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