Safety Before Beauty

Charlize Theron demonstrates safe use of curling iron

Curious, impulsive, inquisitive children deserve extra vigilance Another preschooler was burned with a curling iron yesterday. She was at a friend’s house, and the friend found a “professional” curling iron plugged in on a dressing table in her parent’s bedroom. They

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Anxiety on the Surface. ADHD beneath.

From ABC News '12 Signs You May Have Anxiety'   http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellness/12-signs-anxiety-disorder/story?id=20299128#

Anxiety and desperation not to fail may be the only useful way for someone with ADHD to get things done.

Posted in ADHD, anxiety, treatment

The 100-100 Effect

100 per cent

The best response to ADHD treatment is not medications and not non-medication therapy but both together.

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I Need My Medication When…

Colorblind?  Francis Heaney documented his daily shirt/tie selection for years. 
See more at: http://www.yarnivore.com/francis/

Some sentences begin so badly that it’s impossible to finish them well.  The classic, of course, is “I’ll stop beating my wife when…”  There’s no good way to finish that sentence.  There are others.  “Whenever I lose my cell phone, I

Posted in ADD, ADHD, medications

The Story of a Lost Phone

Lost phone

I lost my phone in either Europe or Africa, but I don’t think it was in Asia. My wife, Chris, and I were sightseeing on the European side of Istanbul, and took the ferry across the Strait of Bosporus to

Posted in ADD, ADHD, forgetfulness

A Break Took Me

Beach volleyball in Uganda.  http://en.starafrica.com/sport/uganda-beach-volleyball-team-reach-secon-180712.html

This is the first post I’ve written since my wife and I went to Africa in January. I meant to take a small break from writing, but only planned on a couple weeks. It’s good to plan breaks, but sometimes

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Clueless 102: Don’t Debunk ADHD Until You Know What It Is

Another ‘ADHD doesn’t exist’ article recently oozed from the blogosphere and stained the Internet with a combination of error and cruelty. Bad science–no matter how oft-repeated or popular the conclusion–is still bad science. I’ve loved science ever since I was a little

Posted in ADHD, ADHD myths, Clueless
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Oren Mason MD

Oren Mason MD

Physician specializing in diagnosis and management of attention deficit disorders and related conditions.

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