Monthly Archives: June 2014

Let’s Not Rename ADHD

No matter what the owner of the Washington football franchise says, the team will someday not be named the Redskins. It’s not that a once-honorable name imperceptibly morphed into a racial slur. It’s always been derogatory, but now a sizable majority admit

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Bess, You Is My Doctor Now

Audra McDonald is a fabulously talented singer/actress who deservedly became the first person ever to win six Tony awards this week. I fell in love with her Bess, opposite Norm Lewis, in “Bess, You Is My Woman Now” from Gershwin’s Porgy

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Father’s Day 2014

“When you publish your book, you should dedicate it to me,” my 15-year old son, Ben, announced. I was halfway through the first draft of Reaching For A New Potential. It wasn’t his boldness that surprised me, since he’s never

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The Gifts of ADHD

If you have ADHD, you are the gift, not your ADHD. My day job for 14 years has been working with people with ADHD, and each day has been filled with miracles and blessings. Young kids with ADHD that articulate their challenges

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Oren Mason MD
Oren Mason MD

Oren Mason MD

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

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