Research

Can teens with ADHD tell when they are on medication?

Can teens with ADHD tell when they are on medication?

3 weeks ago

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression with a recurring seasonal pattern, with symptoms most often starting in…

2 months ago

Video game use predicts increase in ADHD symptoms

Recent studies have linked screen time - including video game play - to concerning outcomes in children, including low self-esteem,…

12 months ago

Sleep treatment may help teens with ADHD who have co-occurring sleep problems

Teens with ADHD have more frequent sleeps problems than their peers, including delayed sleep onset, reduced sleep duration and quality,…

1 year ago

Men Experience More Emotional Pain During Breakups

A new study of online relationship support finds that men tend to experience emotional pain more than women when their…

1 year ago

Hormone links exercise with cognitive benefits

Exercise may benefit brain health and improve cognitive performance during aging. It’s also associated with reduced Alzheimer’s disease risk and…

1 year ago

Study Shows How Taking Short Breaks May Help Our Brains Learn New Skills

NIH scientists discover that the resting brain repeatedly replays compressed memories of what was just practiced In a study of…

2 years ago

Clinical Trials – Information for Participants

Clinical research trials are at the heart of all medical advances. Researchers enroll women, men, and children in clinical trials…

2 years ago

Brief sleep intervention provides enduring benefits to children with ADHD

The impact of brief sleep interventions in youth with both ADHD and sleep difficulties.

2 years ago