OVERVIEW A previous post explored some of the risk factors for prolonged symptoms following concussion. A risk factor is a thing (a variable) that increases the chances that another thing will happen (an outcome). For example, playing football is...
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OVERVIEW Most patients with concussion recover rapidly. The average time to recovery is 7-10 days among adult patients.1 Recovery among children with concussion might take longer than recovery among adults. But some patients, both children and adults, continue to...
OVERVIEW The goal of this post is to describe medicine treatments for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). STIMULANT MEDICATION FOR ADHD Stimulant (also called “psychostimulant”) medicine is recommended as the first-line treatment for children (>5 years) and adolescents with ADHD.1...