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In 1989, a New York Times food editor got so tired of the mountain of requests she received every September for her plum torte recipe (which the paper had run seven years in a row), that she began her September column with this warning: “This is the last time we are publishing this recipe. I suggest you make several copies and laminate them, because you will not be seeing it in this newspaper again.”

Whether you fear criticism, misjudge the passage of time, or get overwhelmed by the sheer size of your to-do list, procrastination is a problem that most with ADHD share. Learn three common reasons why we procrastinate, and try some of these great hacks to get started and to finish strong.

Learn faster. Retain more. Perform better on tests. Yes, really. With these research-based techniques for studying with ADHD, teens can do better on exams without pulling all-nighters.

CHILDREN with attention-deficit disorder are being excluded from school up to six times on average, according to a new report.

Long waits for a diagnosis, a lack of classroom learning support and an over-reliance on medication as the only treatment were also highlighted in the first report by the Scottish ADHD Coalition.

I only discovered by chance that I had ADHD. After losing my passport in Thailand in spring 2016, I Googled ‘how to stop losing stuff’. It turned out to be one of the major symptoms of ADHD. Getting my diagnosis explained a lot.

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