New ADHD Medications
Josh Duvauchelle
Josh Duvauchelle
November 13, 2018
As research and studies continue to find new treatment options for ADHD, here are some upcoming and new ADHD medications you should ask your doctor about.

Latest Nutrition Content

ADHD and Diet

5 ADHD Dieting Facts and Tips for People With ADHD

If you're planning to start a diet to help manage your ADHD symptoms, there are some ADHD and diet facts and tips to keep in mind before you start.
53 found this helpful by Alexander Beiga on May 22, 2018
ADHD diet

Tips and Advice for Crafting the Perfect ADHD-Friendly Diet

Although it’s not a cure, building an ADHD diet around brain-healthy foods is undoubtedly a step in the right direction for those with ADHD.
299 found this helpful by Josh Duvauchelle on April 3, 2018
ADHD and Sugar

Is There a Connection Between ADHD and Sugar?

Is it true that sugar causes or contributes to ADHD? Take a quick look at these facts about the connection between ADHD and sugar.
62 found this helpful by Josh Duvauchelle on September 25, 2017
Caffeine and ADHD

Can People With ADHD Have Caffeine? How Does It Affect Us?

There are pros and cons to mixing caffeine and ADHD, sparking much debate among medical experts over whether or not people with ADHD should avoid caffeine.
184 found this helpful by Kristi Lazzari on May 8, 2017
Fall Soups for ADHD

How Healthy Food Can Positively Impact an ADHD Child

Dr. Donna shares her tips for making healthy soups for ADHD children.
56 found this helpful by Dr. Donna on November 5, 2014
Fish Oil for ADHD

How Fish Oil Can Help ADHD Symptoms

Fish oil is one of the best sources of omega 3 fatty acids, which studies have shown can reduce ADHD symptoms. Read more about fish oil for ADHD here.
449 found this helpful by Brenda Vanta on October 6, 2014
ADHD Activities

ADHD Activities

Struggling to come up with new ADHD activities? Why not give your child a veggie project to keep him occupied and intellectually stimulated?
143 found this helpful by Dr. Donna on September 30, 2014
Cooking with Flavor

Cooking for ADHD Means Adding a Kick of Flavor

Cooking for ADHD means choosing foods that will minimize or reduce symptoms. One way to do this is to improve focus by using a lot of flavor.
222 found this helpful by Dr. Donna on September 19, 2014
How to Calm a Child with ADHD

The Best Smoothie Ingredients for ADHD

While you may have tried everything to calm your child with ADHD, something as simple as an ADHD smoothie may help to calm them (and you!) down.
384 found this helpful by Dr. Donna on September 15, 2014
ADHD Vitamins and Minerals

Why Multivitamins and Minerals Are Important for Those With ADHD

A picky eater is unknowingly inducing vitamin and mineral deficiencies that may be causing behavior problems that look like ADHD.
126 found this helpful by Dr. Donna on June 17, 2014