Like autism, ADHD lies on a spectrum, and some children should not be treated.
Kids say the darndest things. They're also far more adept at workflow management than adults are. What can we learn from them?
Humans worship at the altar of excellence, but is our complete obsession with this "quality controlled" mode of intellect holding us back?
The IQ test is the most widely known measure of intelligence, but are the 'twice exceptional' and other gifted members of society slipping between the cracks?
A new study shows that addressing the ADHD epidemic may require a dose of physical activity, so kids can refocus and learn effectively in a classroom.