Continued Increases in ADHD Diagnoses and Treatment with Medication among U.S. Children

Continued Increases in ADHD Diagnoses and Treatment with Medication among U.S. Children CDC Report Finds Children With ADHD Estimates Rising A new study by Scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) reveals that two million more children in the United States have been diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and one million more […] Continue reading →

Dyslexia: A Difference, Not a Disability

Dyslexia: A Difference, Not a Disability To/Two/Too Read/Reed/Rede and Write/Right/Rite More than one-third of all adult entrepreneurs have dyslexia — and practically all the astrophysicists working on black holes have dyslexia, too. And inventors from Leonardo da Vinci to Thomas Edison to Albert Einstein. The beauty of this brain difference is that the weakness with […] Continue reading →

The Lifesaving Value of Meaningful Insight for Dyslexics, Their Caring Parents and Dedicated Professionals

No doubt professionals will benefit the most from Dr Levinson’s groundbreaking and scientifically acclaimed medical work: A Solution to the Riddle — Dyslexia and it’s retitled and reprinted “identical twin”: The Discovery of Cerebellar-Vestibular Syndromes and Therapies: A Solution to the Riddle — Dyslexia. Supported by cerebellar Nobel Laureate Sir John Eccles and outstanding others, […] Continue reading →