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What Really Know About ADHD in Kids | A child is raising their hand with a chalk drawing of a robot behind them

ADHD in Kids: What We Really Know & Natural Remedies for ADHD

kids/parenting Sep 19, 2021

Join Dr. Tim Culbert to learn more about the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD in kids. ADHD has an interesting history that continues to evolve. Discover previous diagnostic labels for ADHD, current criteria to understand the symptoms and signs of ADHD in kids, new ideas about where this category of mental health "symptoms" is headed, and how to use natural treatments (like diet and supplements) for ADHD.

 

 

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