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attention deficit

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  • Distractibility and daydreaming during reading class may be an attention deficit yet may also be early indicators of creativity and innovative thinking, “symptoms” that will bolster her career as a scriptwriter or music video producer.

    A Mind at a Time

  • And in November, a detailed analysis by Tom Verstraeten of records from the Vaccine Safety Datalink found no connection between higher doses of thimerosal and increased rates of autism or attention deficit disorder.

    The Panic Virus

  • Rates of kidney disorders, night terrors, and cerebral palsy declined as the total amount of thimerosal went up, rates for developmental disorders in premature babies stayed the same, and rates for speech delays, autism spectrum disorders, and attention deficit disorders went up.

    The Panic Virus

  • Between four and nine million American children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder—mostly boys—are taking Ritalin or similar dangerous psychostimulant drugs.

    HOW EVIL WORKS

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