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Fidgeting can relax your body and brain—if you do it right
The relationship between fidgeting and attention is complicated, but you can make the most of it with some strategies.
Do ADHD and dyslexia make athletes more likely to get concussions?
Trainers don’t have tools to best manage the problem.
Three (very) young inventors using 3D printing to change the world
These designers, aged 11 to 17, have big ideas.
A Gene In The Brain Helps Us Filter Out Distracting Information
And it could lead to a better way to treat ADHD and autism
Brains Of Video Game-Addicted Teens Are Hyper Connected
That may make addicts more likely to have other psychological disorders
Study Shows How Our Brains Are Able To Multitask
Researchers hope to use this information to better understand and treat autism, ADHD
Enjoy The Feeling Of Adderall? You May Be Less Likely To Develop ADHD
A link between affinity for a drug and susceptibility to a condition
Goodbye, Ritalin. Hello, Brain Magnets
An Israeli company wants to keep adults focused using a magnetic field to stimulate the brain. The technique, called transcranial … Continued
The Science of Distraction
Has the Internet nuked our ability to meaningfully focus on anything?
We are not looking forward to this being adapted for general use