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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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Medications Introduce ADHD Kids to Moral Struggle

Adults worry about the effects of using ADHD medications on children. The 2003 US President’s Council on BioEthics said, “By treating the restlessness of youth as a medical, rather than a moral, challenge, those resorting to behavior-modifying drugs might deprive a

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ADHD Does Too Exist!

Gina Pera is the author of “Is it You, Me or Adult A.D.D.?” She took on Dr. Richard Saul’s upcoming book, “ADHD Does Not Exist”, in a recent blog post: ADHD Does Not Exist? Wrong, Richard Saul.  She points out a

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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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