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NIH Study Shows People With ADHD Have Altered Brains

Story at-a-glance

  • The brains of people with ADHD are smaller overall as well as in five specific brain regions: the nucleus, putamen, nucleus accumbens, amygdala and hippocampus…
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Study Shows That People With ADHD Add Value to Business

There are numerous traits associated with entrepreneurial success, including risk taking, passion, persistence, and time commitment. But these traits are also associated with something else: ADHD. 309 more words


A Difference in Gender.

I previously stated in one of my blogs that girls are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD at a later age. Why is this? It’s because that almost all ADHD research has been based exclusively on male subjects.  234 more words


Assume the Solution is Correct

When there’s a problem, I tend to ask why.

Why did that relationship end so badly? Why did my client fire me? Why can’t I be more productive? 227 more words

Attention Deficit Disorder

A Review of 18channels.

18channels is an ADHD blog that is no longer active but was a blog that I looked at when I first got diagnosed. Katy was actually part of my inspiration to start my own blog with my own experiences way back in the day that I have since deleted. 246 more words


My Diagnosis.

As I stated in my first blog post, I wasn’t diagnosed with ADHD until I was 18. The road to my diagnosis certainly wasn’t unique. I was a strange and impulsive child who talked too much and too loudly, teachers often commenting on my inability to stay still, keep quiet, and pay attention. 478 more words


Ready. Set. FOCUS!

Imagine sitting in a room full of TVs. They are all on a different channel and at full volume. Your task is to focus on just one. 762 more words

The Brilliance In Growing Up