October 10 2012 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
Mercury in the Environment and ADD
Greetings from the Land of OZ!
Don't you just love reading about new research? There are so many different ideas about what causes Attention Deficit Disorder and the associated behaviors of hyperactivity and inattention. A new study, just published this week from Brigham and Women's Hospital, examines the role of maternal diet, specifically fish, in the development of behaviors associated with ADD in children.
What causes Attention Deficit Disorder? Biology? Genetics? Environmental insults to a developing fetus? Tuna? What does tuna have to do with it? Read what a new study has to say about pregnant women who eat fish. You might be surprised at the conclusion!
What do you think of this study? Let us know your opinion. Try the new forum link that is associated with the article. To participate in free, fun online discussions, this site has a community forum all about Attention Deficit Disorder located here -
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Have a blessed week,
Connie Mistler Davidson, Attention Deficit Disorder Editor
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