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Brain Injury and ADHD Link?

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A recent study indicates there could be a risk of developing ADHD following a traumatic brain injury. Here’s what you should know:

Feed Them More Fish

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Feed them more fish experts say. Learn how your child eating fish at least once a week can help improve sleep quality and give them a brain boost on IQ tests.

Spotlight on Dr. Dilip Karnik

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Learn more about how Dr. Dilip Karnik helped pioneer pediatric neurology in Austin...

Teen Drivers and ADHD

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The idea of your teenager behind the wheel is a scary one for most parents, especially those with special needs kids. Learn how you can make the ‘learning to drive’ process a little less scary for both of you:

Easing Back-to-School Jitters: 5 Tips for Parents and Kids

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The first day back at school is exciting and daunting at the same time. Check out these tips to help your child cope with common anxieties and ease their first day jitters.

Fidget Spinners…Helpful or Distracting?

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The fidget spinner craze has reached epic proportions. As classrooms are being taking over by these devices, many are wondering — are they really helpful in holding a child’s attention, or with so many of them out there, are they merely becoming a distraction?

For Kids Who Like Structure, Tips For Summer Planning

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Summer vacation often poses a challenge for parents of children who crave structure. Here are tips to structure your day to accommodate your child's needs and still have fun!

Fish Oil Supplements and Kids

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Fish oil has been used for hundreds of years by cultures all over the world to treat everything from skin ailments to high cholesterol. Learn more about its brain boosting potential

ADHD: One Size Does Not Fit All

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ADHD is not the same for everyone. Every child’s case is unique, and shows different combinations of symptoms. Check out this infographic that shows the various shades of ADHD.

Can What You Eat Affect ADHD Symptoms?

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While the research still isn't clear about whether diet affects behaviors associated with ADHD, these two simple changes will certainly provide a foundation for health.

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