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Always on the move: ADHD in men

Key symptoms to keep an eye out for in male friends, family or partners.

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Managing ADHD for happier holidays

A break from school or work means a shift in routine – here’s how to keep ADHD in check.

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It’s the season to be impulsive

Why holidays mark high spending habits for ADHD adults.

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Does your teenager have undiagnosed ADHD?

Tempestuous teenagers are normal, but if various factors suggest there’s something more complex at play, it might be undiagnosed ADHD.

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When paying attention is a problem

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Should adults with ADHD have caffeine?

How much is too much? The impact of caffeine on ADHD.

Tics in ADHD children

Tics in ADHD children

Paediatrician Dr Michael Lippert explains how tics present in children with ADHD.

ADHD and friendships

ADHD and friendships

Child psychiatrist Dr Brendan Belsham examines the impact of ADHD on peer relationships.

Big lessons for parents of ADHD pupils

Big lessons for parents of ADHD pupils

Parents and teachers should be aware of the symptoms of ADHD to ensure they don’t go unnoticed – and untreated.

Is my partner inconsiderate or do they have ADHD?

Is my partner inconsiderate or do they have ADHD?

Psychiatrist Dr Rykie Liebenberg explains how ADHD symptoms can have a ripple effect on all areas of relationships.

Always on the move: ADHD in men

Always on the move: ADHD in men

Key symptoms to keep an eye out for in male friends, family or partners.

What’s the worry with anxiety?

What’s the worry with anxiety?

If you’re concerned, overwhelmed and struggling to focus, you could have ADHD-related anxiety.

Managing ADHD for happier holidays

Managing ADHD for happier holidays

A break from school or work means a shift in routine – here’s how to keep ADHD in check.

It’s the season to be impulsive

It’s the season to be impulsive

Why holidays mark high spending habits for ADHD adults.

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