ADHD Health Center

I Think My Child Has ADHD, What Should I Do? There's a lot in the news about ADHD these days. Sometimes it's hard to tell if a child is just a normal active child or if there is something going on medically or environmentally that is keeping him from being able to concentrate.

Some kids benefit from medical treatment, while others can be helped with simple dietary or environmental changes.

Understanding ADHD and the options available can make an amazing differ-ence in school, at home, and in your child's ability to learn and grow.

Articles

Our articles take an in-depth look into various health conditions related to ADHD, including what they really mean, who is susceptible, and how to treat them.

Q&A Guides

Curious if your toddler is just naturally rambunctious, or if these are symptoms of ADHD? Learn more in Dr. Greene’s responses to parents in similar situations.

ADHD and Nutrition

New scientific studies are increasingly backing Grandma’s favorite saying, “You are what you eat.” Find out more about the link between diet and behavioral tendencies here.

ADHD and Environment

Nutrition isn’t the only thing that plays a factor in child development. Environment is just as important, from herbicides to fragrances.

ADHD and Sleep

It’s no secret that a good night’s sleep improves a child’s day at school. In many cases, however, improved sleep quality reduces or eliminates symptoms of ADHD altogether! Read on to find out how snoring and other factors can be addressed to create a more restful nights and days to follow.

ADHD Treatments

From Omega supplements to prescription pharmaceuticals, there are many opinions on how best to treat ADHD. Here you’ll find research to help decide the best option for your child.

ADHD in Students

School is often the place where children with ADHD have the hardest time. With some helpful preparedness at home, kids can go to school feeling confident in their ability to learn!