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Debunking ADHD
10 Reasons to Stop Drugging Kids for Acting Like Kids
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The time has come for Debunking ADHD and exposing how this invented disorder created to drug children does not exist. Despite unanimous agreement that no test exists to identify ADHD, 6.4 million American children are labeled ADHD. To make matters worse, approximately two-thirds of those children diagnosed ADHD are prescribed drugs with many dangerous side effects, which include developing more serious mental disorders and death. After six decades of marketing stimulants and scaring parents into thinking something is seriously wrong with their highly creative, energetic, and communicative children, ADHD drug manufacturers still claim they have no idea what ADHD drugs actually do to children's brains. They make such claims when research shows ADHD drugs cause permanent brain damage in lab animals. How can children reach their full potential, if they are drugged? How can they dream about achieving greatness and release their imagination and creativity when they are drugged every day, year after year, to do the opposite? This book provides you evidence to say no to ADHD and gives 10 Reasons to Stop Drugging Kids for Acting Like Kids! For more information, visit Dr.
Corrigan's Facebook(R) page at https://www.facebook.com/debunkingadhd.


Contents:

Preface: Why Write Another Book on ADHD? Introduction: Greetings from Planet ADHD Part One: A Parallel Universe Chapter 1: The Drugging of da Vinci Chapter 2: A Delusional Diagnosis Chapter 3: Medicated Mythology Chapter 4: Discombobulated Disclaimers Chapter 5: Extraterrestrial Education Chapter 6: Epidemic Distortions Part Two: Multiple Realities Chapter 7: Diagnosis vs. Developmental Delays Chapter 8: In Search of Instructional Intelligence Chapter 9: All Systems Go Chapter 10: Re-framing Reality Appendix ADHD-Inattention Symptom Checklist ADHD-Hyperactivity and Impulsivity Symptom Checklist Specific References by Chapter and Additional Research Considered


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ISBN-13: 9781475806564
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Education
Publication date: January, 2016
Pages: 278
Dimensions: 152.00 x 227.00 x 20.00

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