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January 10 2011 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter

Greetings from snowy Kansas! Tonight I had the best time writing my article on Lead and ADD Development. As a science teacher who knows ADD from a front row seat, I just love reading about ADD research.

Here's the latest article from the Attention Deficit Disorder site at It will be featured this Thursday afternoon. However, you may access it through the link below.

Lead and ADD Development

This week, we will continue to explore possible causes for ADD.
Biological research has shown that most Attention Deficit Disorder may have its roots in heredity. What happens when ADD/ADHD can’t be attributed to genetics? Could its cause be environmental? Recent research suggests that lead could play a part in developing ADD.

Find out about lead poisoning and how it can affect the brain. Learn how to protect your family from lead poisoning. I hope you find the CDC link useful.

Have a blessed week!

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