March 6 2014 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
ADD Genetics and Smoking
Greetings from the Land of OZ!
We are going back toward Spring after a sharp detour into Winter last weekend. We had a whole night of sleet, which suppressed our snow totals. Then, the cold settled in. The time off school on Monday gave me some extra time to wander around the web looking for new ADD studies. This one is a dandy!
What in the world is epigenetics, and why is it important in the study of Attention Deficit Disorder? Genetic changes can affect whether a family's tendency toward ADD shows up in later generations. So, ADD might be caused, in part, by whether a person's grandmother smoked when she was pregnant.
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Connie Mistler Davidson, Attention Deficit Disorder Editor
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