About Dr. Harold Levinson

About Harold Levinson, M.D. Formerly Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at New York University Medical Center, Dr. Harold Levinson is currently Director of the Levinson Medical Center for Learning Disabilities in Long Island, New York. He is a well-known neuropsychiatrist, clinical researcher and author. For more information, call 1(800) 334-7323 or visit: http://www.dyslexiaonline.com
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Dr. Harold Levinson has written 84 articles so far, you can find them below.

Dyslexics Best Comprehend and Define Their Disorder, claims Dr. Harold Levinson

  A recently published ‘Current Biology’ study revealing that video games improve learning in dyslexia is consistent with what dyslexics have long known and reported to Dr. Harold Levinson. Dr. Levinson with the cerebellum “No expert, however gifted, and no diagnostic procedure, however sophisticated, could ever come close to determining the voluminous insights offered by […] Continue reading →

Irish researcher makes challenging discovery about autism and dyslexia

Sensory integration dysfunction may be key to those with ASD and Dyslexia A dysfunction of sensory integration may be key to understanding both Autism Spectrum Disorder and dyslexia, notes Prof John Foxe, professor of paediatrics. His findings suggest the normal children develop the ability to rapidly integrate multiple senses around the age of seven to nine, but the children on […] Continue reading →

Taking ADHD Drugs as a Child Linked to Later Obesity

ADHD children predisposed to weight gain months after stopping stimulants New Johns Hopkins University research published in the journal of Pediatrics indicates that ADHD children gain weight months and years after stopping stimulants. Moreover, the younger the children were when they were prescribed the medications, notes Dr. Brian Schwartz, the more they gained weight as […] Continue reading →

Dyslexia is meaningless. But don’t worry – so is ADHD

How many illnesses of modern childhood are excuses for bad behaviour, stupidity or parental neurosis? In this article that may be a spoof in a magazine that appears ludicrous by virtue of its other topics and content, the author denies dyslexia, ADHD, coeliac disease, asthma, and a host of other disorders. According to Dr. Harold Levinson This humorous article […] Continue reading →