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December 2016

ADHD is regularly combatted with medication, but natural treatments such as biofeedback, massage, and supplements may be better options. Overprescribed? There Are Other Options Production of the medications used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has skyrocketed since 1990. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that...

It’s well-known that exercising to maintain a healthy heart also helps create a healthy mind.  But several new studies suggest that when it comes to preventing dementia, not all forms of exercise are created equal. Studies presented at this year’s Alzheimer’s Association International Conference found that resistance training was...

By Traci Pedersen It’s extremely important that experts in the fields of psychiatry and public health recognize the undeniable link between mental health and diet and nutrition, say leading academics in a new paper published in the The Lancet Psychiatry. Research has overwhelmingly confirmed the relationship between...

Tasneem Bhatia, M.D. I call it the September phenomenon. My practice fills with children getting ready for school, college students grabbing their last-minute prescriptions and everyone questioning whether they should refill their ADD/ADHD medicine of choice. It is always interesting to see the diversity amongst my ADD...