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01-06-15, 10:25 AM
Dr. David Rabiner of Duke University sends out a newsletter periodically that summarizes recent research on ADHD, and his opinions on the studies. He just sent out a summary for 2014.

Dear Subscriber,

I hope that you and your family had a good holiday and that the new year is off to a good start.

In the new year I will continue to do my best to keep you informed about important new research on ADHD - I hope you will find this to be helpful.

You can find all issues from 2014 posted at ( - here are the titles of articles from 2014:

- New Approach for Helping 'Explosive and Inflexible' Children
- Reducing the Need for High Medication Doses with Behavior Therapy
- New Research Casts Doubt on Working Memory Training for ADHD
- Strong New Support for Neuorfeedback Treatment for ADHD
- Treating ADHD with Physical Exercise: Initial Findings
- Strong Results for a Dietary Treatment for ADHD
- Effective Neurofeedback Neurofeedback Treatment for ADHD in Only 12 Sessions?
- New Study of Fatty Acid Supplementation to Treat Youth with ADHD
- A New Treatment for Inattentive ADHD
- Promoting Academic Success in College Students with ADHD
- Problems with Pediatric Care for Children with ADHD

If you haven't already done so, let me also encourage you to review the simple tool I developed to help monitor how children with ADHD are doing in school. This can help alert you to when modifications/adjustments to your child's treatment may be needed. You can find this at (