According to recent large European study, daily consumption of 1 or more sweetened carbonated beverages during pregnancy could potentially cause ADHD symptoms in children at the age of 8. The good news is that this relation found between soft drinks and ADHD in children was weak, as only 15%–21% of children had an increased risk […]
A recent Dutch study found a relationship between diet, behaviour and brain activity in children with ADHD.
According to a large Swedish study, there is a link between ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) and dementia across generations. The study showed, based on the information from 2.132.929 people, that parents of children with ADHD had 34 % higher risk of dementia than than those with children without ADHD. On the other hand, the grandparents and […]