Natural Treatments for ADD and Hyperactivity
Dr. Weintraub's latest natural health guide focuses on how to overcome the related behavioral problems of ADD and hyperactivity. Her expertise points to the many causes of these disorders, including nutritional, environmental and physiological factors, and outlines how and why these problems are often misdiagnosed. Dr. Weintraub gives specific technical information pertinent to the causes, symptoms and natural treatments of ADD and hyperactivity, as well as a guideline for parents and teachers to follow when dealing with children. This authoritative handbook is a powerful tool perfect for fighting the ever-increasing occurrence of ADD.
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What Is ADD?
A Health Appraisal
What Parents Should Know
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