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Posts Tagged ‘ADHD’

Win the Daily Battle for Your Brain Health

Win the Daily Battle for Your Health

The brain-body connection is real and more apparent than you might think. While some disease is hereditary, bad health is often born out of unhealthy choice and behaviors. When your brain suffers, so does your body, but it’s never too late to change your brain, and your life. Alzheimer’s disease is expected to triple by […]

Dec 06, 2017   |   3 Comments »

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Why Do Children Struggle?

There are many reasons children struggle and misbehave. It is important to try to understand because if you know the reasons they are having trouble with their behavior you’re more likely to use the right interventions. Sometimes children or teens misbehave because of other reasons, such as underlying emotional or neurological problems (ADD, depression, anxiety, […]

Nov 01, 2017   |   No Comments »

Back to School

Tips For A Successful School Year

About this Event:  Learn how you can optimize your children’s brain in the classroom and at home with proper nutrition. Improve your children’s attention, concentration, mood, and more with the expert advice given. Speaker: Dr. Dorothy Kalyanapu Dorothy attended Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia after her undergrad studies at Penn State. She specializes in using diet, […]

Oct 21, 2017   |   No Comments »

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Helping Patients Lead Healthy Lives – Real People, Real Outcomes

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD or ADD), is one of the most common psychiatric challenges among adults. Symptoms vary widely, from inattentiveness and procrastination to outbursts and impulsiveness, resulting in a condition that can be challenging to treat. Shedding light on that complexity, Daniel G. Amen, M.D. has successfully defined seven sub-types of ADHD and […]

Sep 15, 2017   |   No Comments »


Back to School Distractions for Children with ADD

It’s back to school time already, which can mean helping your child adjust to a new classroom, new teachers, and for many—new distractions. Getting through this transition can be a challenge for those with undiagnosed or untreated ADD, and can wreak havoc on their lives – and yours! But, it doesn’t have to; learning more […]

Sep 15, 2017   |   1 Comment »

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