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 People with ADHD and DBDs share genetic variants associated with risky behaviorsPeople with ADHD and DBDs share genetic variants associated with risky behaviors
 
People with attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) combined with disruptive behaviour disorders (DBDs) share about the 80% of genetic variants associated with aggressive and antisocial behaviors.
 
   Brain training based on 'neurofeedback' to manage ADHDBrain training based on 'neurofeedback' to manage ADHD
 
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects about 7% of children, with a two out of three chance of persisting into adulthood.
 
   Adults with ADHD at higher risk of many physical conditions, finds studyAdults with ADHD at higher risk of many physical conditions, finds study
 
Adults with ADHD are at higher risk of a wide range of physical conditions, including nervous system, respiratory, musculoskeletal, and metabolic diseases, according to a large register-based study from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden published in The Lancet Psychiatry.
 
 Children exposed to green surroundings may have lower risk of developing ADHD
 
Children exposed to green surroundings may have lower risk of developing ADHDThe amount of green space surrounding children's homes could be important for their risk of developing ADHD. This is shown by new research results from iPSYCH.
 
 
 Mindfulness-based intervention can benefit children with ADHD
 
Mindfulness-based intervention can benefit children with ADHDChildren with ADHD are generally treated with medication and/or behavioral treatments. However, medication-alone is insufficient in a quarter to a third of the children.
 
 
 Genetics can partly explain aggressive behavior in children with ADHD with DBDs
 
Genetics can partly explain aggressive behavior in children with ADHD with DBDsAn international collaboration headed by researchers from iPSYCH has found genetic variants that increase the risk of aggression in children with ADHD.