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Thursday, February 11, 2016

ADHD Symptoms Less Likely To Fade When Parents Criticize Their Kids

ADHD Symptoms Less Likely To Fade When Parents Criticize Their Kids:

New research out of the American Psychological Association links persistent attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to having critical parents, suggesting that parental behavior can have a significant impact on the mental disorder. In many cases, ADHD fades away towards the end of adolescence, and may completely disappear in adulthood. Among those whose symptoms persist as they age, harsh and critical parents may play a role, the research suggests.

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