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Why You Should Eat More Blueberries

blueberries 531209 640A well-balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains is recommended by nutritionists in order to stay healthy and improve cognitive development. There are some foods that have been shown to be more beneficial than others.  One of these is blueberries. Harvard Health states that the natural plant pigments in berries help improve memory.  A study, published in Annals of Neurology, found that women who consumed two or more servings of strawberries and...

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Why is ADHD in Girls Overlooked?

teen sleepingData show that boys are diagnosed 3 to 1 over girls.  However, adult data indicate that for every adult male diagnosed with ADHD, an adult woman is diagnosed presenting a 1:1 ratio of diagnoses. It shows that girls are being overlooked, but why?

Research Digest published an article this month titled New Findings Could Help Explain Why ADHD is Often Overlooked in Girls to help answer the question. The research from 2017 investigated possible predictors of childhood vs...

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Activity 1 for Adults: Crafting a Feelings Folio

adult 1850177 640Play Attention improves the cognitive skills that lay the foundation for strong Executive Functioning, but many of our clients would like to know other activities they can do outside of their Play Attention sessions to improve cognitive skills even more.  In the coming weeks, we'll be giving specific examples of such activities divided into age category.  This week, we're going to talk about adults:
 
Activity 1 for Adults: Crafting a Feelings Folio
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Autism and ADHD -- Do They Run in Families?

genericResearchers recently reporting in an article by HealthDaily News; Autism, ADHD in One Child Tied to Raised Risk in Siblings, that autism and ADHD are so closely linked that they not only run in families, but each increases the risk of the other in future siblings. Researchers found that younger siblings of children with autism have a "30-fold increased relative risk" of being diagnosed with autism themselves and are nearly four times as likely to be diagnosed with ADHD. In addition to the...

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