fMRI, in combination with artificial intelligence, could provide a new tool for clinicians to use in making an accurate diagnosis of ADHD. More importantly, it could give families an early prediction of whether ADHD symptoms will emerge in an at-risk child.
More adults in their 40s, 50s and 60s are being diagnosed with ADHD. They have experienced the symptoms of ADHD for years without understanding the cause. The understanding that comes from such a diagnosis can have positive, life changing effects. However, getting an ADHD diagnosis as an adult can be difficult because the normal aging process mimics some of the symptoms of the condition.
If you’ve recently received an ADHD diagnosis, you’ve probably spent a lot of time looking at web sites, books and videos to learn more about ADHD. There is a lot of information, and misinformation, about ADHD on the web. We’d … Read More
You may have noticed that the Edge Foundation has never taken a position about whether or not to use of medication (ex. Ritalin, Adderall etc.) in treating ADHD symptoms. The reason for this is simple: we believe that whether or … Read More