ADHD

The Guardian reports on another study showing that the youngest children in a group are more likely to get an ADHD diagnosis. This makes at least 4 studies which have come to the same result. The others are: William N. Evans, Melinda S. Morrill, Stephen T. Parente. Measuring inappropriate medical diagnosis and treatment in survey data: The case […]

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This is a good overview of the territory of the ADHD drugging programme. The paper is by a practising psychologist working in Queensland in Australia. The author sets the tone: When a child is misbehaving, and they can be identified as ‵sick‶ and drugged into compliance, the parents no longer have to feel guilty or […]

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This web site is the work of a self-described stay-at-home Australian dad. He explains that he has no personal experience of ADHD. He is just interested in the ideas. He seems though to be able to unpick the fraudulent way the narrative is built-up with great skill. This page discusses some aspects of the “disorder”: […]

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1. ADHD Report http://www.adhd-report.com/ See especially this page:  for a very coherent, and quite witty, account of how ADHD is a statistical abstraction masquerading as a concrete entity

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  This is a blog post criticising ADHD from the perspective of a natural diet. It is a little bit weighted towards the idea that inattention and hyperactivity are related to diet. This is the case in some cases. The NICE ADHD Guide reports on this and admits there to be a link between diet […]

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