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These days, it’s common to hear Americans say “he is OCD.” We laugh and understand that the person is unrealistically particular or strict in their behavior. 149 more words

it's about to get real REAL around here

In an effort to undo approximately 12 years of all but ruining my children in the area of personal responsibility, I have recently launched Operation Grow-Up. 504 more words


Did Leonardo da Vinci have ADHD?

Leonardo da Vinci produced some of the world’s most iconic art, but historical accounts show that he struggled to complete his works. New research now suggests the best explanation for Leonardo’s inability to finish projects is that the great artist may have had attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

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Hello Anger.

I’ve had a stressful day at work today. Actually, it’s been a really stressful week and I am kind of pissed off right now.

I’ve had to put up with full-days of being stuck in a room with collegues, back-to-back meetings about business challenges and software solutions. 429 more words


A short preface

Neurotypical: Of brain function that is considered ‘normal’, ie, without mental illness or disability. 

This blog is not intended for the parents of children with ADHD. 432 more words


The Need To Perform, ADHD and its Byproduct RSD

ADHD comes with a slew of tendencies, traits, and characteristics that can be hard to manage, especially when you don’t know that you have ADHD. Most of all, though, is the feeling that you are an outsider. 926 more words


AAO-HNS Releases New Guidelines on Tonsillectomy in Children

By Eric Gantwerker MD, MMSc (MedEd), FACS
May 23, 2019

Recently the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery updated their clinical practice guidelines (CPG) on Tonsillectomy in Children (Mitchell et al., 2019). 1,035 more words