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Kids with ADHD need to Fidget


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Kids with ADHD need to Fidget

Study results show that Fidgeting helps kids with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder focus.

Some grown-ups need a cup of coffee before tackling a problem.

Kids with ADHD may tap their feet, swivel in their chairs or bounce in their seats while their brains are busily figuring out that math test.

Mark Rapport and team, studied 23 pre-teen boys -- 12 with ADHD and 11 without. They watched how the boys tackled problems that taxed their short-term memory that most of us use...
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