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National Resource Center on ADHD

ADHD Science, Information, Resources, Support

The National Resource Center on ADHD (NRC) is the nation's clearinghouse for the latest evidence-based information on ADHD. The NRC is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities.

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Ask the Expert Webcasts

Levrini

September 25,2015

1:00 PM Eastern

Not just Chatty Cathy: Girls' Experience with ADHD

Ellen Littman, PhD



Webcast Schedule for 2015. Webcast Archive recordings.


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Latest News:

News FDA reporting permanent skin color changes associated with use of Daytrana patch

National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day 2015

CDC National Study of Treatment Among Children with ADHD

Environmental Factors and Driver Behaviors in Teen Driver Crashes  (AAA Study)

See also ADHD and Driving 

ADHD in the News for the week of September 1 contains the following articles:

  • Young adults diagnosed with ADHD in adolescence show differences in brain structure, memory
  • ADHD and Dyslexia: The Possible Link Via Sluggish Cognitive Tempo
  • When Mindfulness Meets the Classroom
  • 20 Secrets of Successful Students

    ....Read more

FDA has concerns about generic Concerta

Surgeon General's 2014
Report
includes section on ADHD (p. 479-484).

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