TITLE

The A.D.D. Report

AUTHOR(S)
Sahley, Billie J.
PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
MMRC Health Educator Reports;2007, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Health Report
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article provides information on attention deficit disorder (ADD) in children and its management with orthomolecular therapy programs. It mentions that ADD's symptoms appear before the age of four and persist throughout childhood. Its symptoms are influence by personality, genetics, environment and biochemical imbalances that result to a broad range of emotional, mental and behavioral problems. A basic orthomolecular program for ADD children weighing fifty pounds and over is outlined.
ACCESSION #
31852890

 

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