ADHD Drugs, Hospital, Emergency Room
10Aug

Emergency room visits attributable to stimulant drugs normally associated with treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are on the rise. The problem is particularly prominent in young adults (students at both the high school and post secondary levels) who lack a doctor’s prescription for the medication.

Concerta, ADHD, ADD, Treatment, iPhone, app
20Feb

Concerta FAQ

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Here at MindMed we receive numerous questions from people regarding not only natural treatments of ADHD such as ADHD Treatment, but also plenty with respect to medication specifics as well. In our ADHD Medication FAQ series, we try to address the most frequent of these.

Vyvanse, Lisdexamfetamine, ADHD, ADD, ADHD treatment, ADD treatment, ADHD app, add app
11Feb

Vyvanse FAQ

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Here at MindMed we receive numerous questions from people regarding not only natural treatments of ADHD such as ADHD Treatment, but also plenty with respect to medication specifics as well. In our ADHD Medication FAQ series, we try to address the most frequent of these. Of course when considering…

Adderall
16Nov

Adderall FAQ

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Here at MindMed we receive numerous questions from people regarding not only natural treatments of ADHD such as ADHD Treatment, but also plenty with respect to medication specifics as well. In our ADHD Medication FAQ series, we try to address the most frequent of these. Of course when considering…

ADHD Medication Frequently Asked Questions
26Oct

ADHD Medication FAQ

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One of the most common questions we receive here at MindMed is with regard to ADHD medication, and specifically, which one is right for you. To help guide you in the right direction, we decided to put together a brief overview of the most commonly prescribed medications designed to…

ADHD Medication
01Oct

New research has shed light on how the drug methylphenidate (the generic name for Ritalin) may affect learning and memory in children with ADHD. The study was conducted by Luis Populin, an associate professor of neuroscience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health.