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By Courtney Norris, William Brangham
The U.S. faces a growing shortage of mental health professionals trained to work with young people at a time when depression and anxiety are on the rise.
By Bernard J. Wolfson, Kaiser Health News
More than 6 million of U.S. children have been diagnosed with ADHD, the most common neurobehavioral disorder during childhood. And this number has doubled in less than two decades.
By Laura Santhanam
Many children with FASD go through multiple misdiagnoses and many don’t ever get diagnosed.
By Amna Nawaz, Lorna Baldwin, Dr. Amber Robins
Neuroscientists at Johns Hopkins University look into why you can sometimes change your mind at the last second, but fail horribly at others.
By Teresa Carey
By Katherine Isbister, The Conversation
A psychologist dives into fidget items and the science behind why people seek such distractions.
By Talia Mindich
Young women have increased their use of ADHD medication more than any other group in the U.S., according to the most current and comprehensive analysis of these medications.
This is the story of Daniel Paris, a Harvard grad student with learning disabilities.
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