Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder conjures up images of wiggly, aggressive little boys, not gentle girls like Anna.
Boys and girls can display very different ADD/ADHD symptoms, which may be why boys are three times more likely to get an ADHD diagnosis than girls.
Of nearly 300 conditions, diseases and disorders funded for research last year by the NIH, approximately $58 million was spent on attention deficit disorders.
It’s that time again… new schedules, crazy commutes and making lunches for the kids. Lunches don’t have to be a sandwich and a snack; mix it up for an assortment of lunchtime fun!