What's To Blame For The Rise In ADHD?

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    interesting...

     
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    That's weird. My Son more so plays PS2, and the few shows that he does watch are cartoons, fullhouse and once in a while a movie here and there!
     
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    sir evil- a person who must want fatties in his PM inbox every day for all eternity
     
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    YOU being his UNCLE should say something too!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    NASTY FATTIES at that Nato!!!!!! haha
     
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    I havent yet figured out how to single out a quote to respond to so I will just make a general response. I think our physical enviornment has a huge affect on lots of these behavior problems. Exposure to chemicals, some of which did not even exist 20 years ago, can easily disrupt not only the biochemistry of our bodies but disrupt our behaviors. A study done not to long ago came up with the surprising results of just how much of these new compounds we have in our bodies. A determined effort to limit exposure,(read labels and see just how much protection is recommended, like gloves, respirators, etc. you may be very surprised) and another determination to buy organic when you can and eliminate stuff like artificial sweetners and preservatives from the diet are positive steps any individual can take to be on the proactive side of this issue.
     
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    I don't believe ADHD exists. It's a good catch-all for young energetic kids, but a medical problem?
    I don't buy it.
     
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    At the bottom of the post you want to quote, there's a button that say's "quote", hit it. Hope that helps! :D
     
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    HELL Those fatties are the cause of ADHD AND asexuality!!
     

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