ADHD in Adults

by Laura Ellis on November 4, 2009

Wednesday, November 4, 2009
ADHD in Adults
Quick, what image pops into your mind when you hear the term ADHD? The first grader who keeps getting in trouble at school because she can’t stay in her seat? The middle school student who can’t complete his homework? You might not have thought of your coworker in the next cubicle who fidgets in all the staff meetings. But for the majority of people with ADHD, their symptoms continue into adulthood. This Wendesday we’ll learn about how the disorder manifests itself differently in adults, and what their options are.

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Tourette Syndrome

by rfisher November 18, 2008

Do you know someone with Tourette Syndrome? Would you be surprised to learn you might not be able to tell just by looking? The media tends to portray extreme examples of persons living with Tourette’s (remember the St. Elsewhere episode?), but in reality, the “tics” associated with this neurological disorder can range from throat clearing to punching oneself.

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