Toddlers are known for having short attention spans and acting without thinking, they often become overly excited and are full of energy. All of these characteristics could also be symptoms of ADHD. The “terrible twos” are quite similar to ADHD.
Because of this, ADHD is not often diagnosed in toddlers. Many doctors, instead, will “wait and see” what happens as a child grows and matures. Once a child enters school and is required to show more responsibility and to complete tasks...Read more
The ComfyLiftBed is an innovative sleep solution for tired children and worn out parents. I met with Horacio Rubio, the owner of the... Read more »
As I teach my medical students and residents on hospital rounds and in the outpatient setting, children do not usually present to their... Read more »
Over the years, we have seen specials on television, read books and articles, all on Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity. More often than... Read more »