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From: Brendan Barnicle
To: All Employees
Subject: THIS IS STILL A START-UP
Importance: High


It is now 6:45 pm and there are only 12 people in our office.
We have 65 people that work here in Seattle. This is totally
unacceptable.


This company has far too much very important work to do to
have virtually empty offices at 6:45 pm. If anyone thinks that
everything we need to do as a company can be accomplished within an
8 hour day, then I think they fail to understand the scope and
complexity of our venture. Anyone harboring such illusions should
seriously consider a career change. I am sure that I could point to
tasks for every single person in this company that would merit
working past 7 pm every single night.

We have an amazing lead on an outstanding business, but it will
not last forever and we must move faster. As some of you know, we
are lagging behind our revenue goals. We need everyone in
every department working every day to meet and exceed these goals.
We have similar goals in development, sales, business
development, marketing, operations and every other aspect of our
business.

This is not a bank; this is not Boeing. This is a start-up and
we are all expecting to be rewarded for taking the risk of
a start-up. But, there will be no rewards without
exceptional effort.

Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.

Anyone who has an issue with this new requirement is free to
speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.


Brendan Barnicle : Chair Lackey & Chief Financial Lackey
mylackey.com
1520 Bellevue Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122
206.320.7669 phone
206.320.7663 fax
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Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.
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Anyone who has an issue with this new requirement is free to
speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.
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all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
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Thou hast it now, King, Cawdor, Glamis, all,
As the weyard Women promis'd, and I feare
Thou playd'st most fowly for't: yet it was saide
It should not stand in thy Posterity,
But that my selfe should be the Roote, and Father
Of many Kings. If there come truth from them,
As vpon thee Macbeth, their Speeches shine,
Why by the verities on thee made good,
May they not be my Oracles as well,
And set me vp in hope. But hush, no more.
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--- Start message ---
From: Brendan Barnicle
To: All Employees
Subject: THIS IS STILL A START-UP
Importance: High


It is now 6:45 pm and there are only 12 people in our office.
We have 65 people that work here in Seattle. This is totally
unacceptable.


This company has far too much very important work to do to
have virtually empty offices at 6:45 pm. If anyone thinks that
everything we need to do as a company can be accomplished within an
8 hour day, then I think they fail to understand the scope and
complexity of our venture. Anyone harboring such illusions should
seriously consider a career change. I am sure that I could point to
tasks for every single person in this company that would merit
working past 7 pm every single night.

We have an amazing lead on an outstanding business, but it will
not last forever and we must move faster. As some of you know, we
are lagging behind our revenue goals. We need everyone in
every department working every day to meet and exceed these goals.
We have similar goals in development, sales, business
development, marketing, operations and every other aspect of our
business.

This is not a bank; this is not Boeing. This is a start-up and
we are all expecting to be rewarded for taking the risk of
a start-up. But, there will be no rewards without
exceptional effort.

Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.

Anyone who has an issue with this new requirement is free to
speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.


Brendan Barnicle : Chair Lackey & Chief Financial Lackey
mylackey.com
1520 Bellevue Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122
206.320.7669 phone
206.320.7663 fax
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Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.
added on the 2006-09-16 by Stelthz
Stelthz
Anyone who has an issue with this new requirement is free to
speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.
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StingRay
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
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Thou hast it now, King, Cawdor, Glamis, all,
As the weyard Women promis'd, and I feare
Thou playd'st most fowly for't: yet it was saide
It should not stand in thy Posterity,
But that my selfe should be the Roote, and Father
Of many Kings. If there come truth from them,
As vpon thee Macbeth, their Speeches shine,
Why by the verities on thee made good,
May they not be my Oracles as well,
And set me vp in hope. But hush, no more.
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sparcus
Oh no! Infinite sparcii are making good progress on shakespeare.
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--- Start message ---
From: Brendan Barnicle
To: All Employees
Subject: THIS IS STILL A START-UP
Importance: High


It is now 6:45 pm and there are only 12 people in our office.
We have 65 people that work here in Seattle. This is totally
unacceptable.


This company has far too much very important work to do to
have virtually empty offices at 6:45 pm. If anyone thinks that
everything we need to do as a company can be accomplished within an
8 hour day, then I think they fail to understand the scope and
complexity of our venture. Anyone harboring such illusions should
seriously consider a career change. I am sure that I could point to
tasks for every single person in this company that would merit
working past 7 pm every single night.

We have an amazing lead on an outstanding business, but it will
not last forever and we must move faster. As some of you know, we
are lagging behind our revenue goals. We need everyone in
every department working every day to meet and exceed these goals.
We have similar goals in development, sales, business
development, marketing, operations and every other aspect of our
business.

This is not a bank; this is not Boeing. This is a start-up and
we are all expecting to be rewarded for taking the risk of
a start-up. But, there will be no rewards without
exceptional effort.

Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.

Anyone who has an issue with this new requirement is free to
speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.


Brendan Barnicle : Chair Lackey & Chief Financial Lackey
mylackey.com
1520 Bellevue Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122
206.320.7669 phone
206.320.7663 fax
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Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.
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Stelthz
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speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.
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all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
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Thou hast it now, King, Cawdor, Glamis, all,
As the weyard Women promis'd, and I feare
Thou playd'st most fowly for't: yet it was saide
It should not stand in thy Posterity,
But that my selfe should be the Roote, and Father
Of many Kings. If there come truth from them,
As vpon thee Macbeth, their Speeches shine,
Why by the verities on thee made good,
May they not be my Oracles as well,
And set me vp in hope. But hush, no more.
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sparcus
Oh no! Infinite sparcii are making good progress on shakespeare.
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--- Start message ---
From: Brendan Barnicle
To: All Employees
Subject: THIS IS STILL A START-UP
Importance: High


It is now 6:45 pm and there are only 12 people in our office.
We have 65 people that work here in Seattle. This is totally
unacceptable.


This company has far too much very important work to do to
have virtually empty offices at 6:45 pm. If anyone thinks that
everything we need to do as a company can be accomplished within an
8 hour day, then I think they fail to understand the scope and
complexity of our venture. Anyone harboring such illusions should
seriously consider a career change. I am sure that I could point to
tasks for every single person in this company that would merit
working past 7 pm every single night.

We have an amazing lead on an outstanding business, but it will
not last forever and we must move faster. As some of you know, we
are lagging behind our revenue goals. We need everyone in
every department working every day to meet and exceed these goals.
We have similar goals in development, sales, business
development, marketing, operations and every other aspect of our
business.

This is not a bank; this is not Boeing. This is a start-up and
we are all expecting to be rewarded for taking the risk of
a start-up. But, there will be no rewards without
exceptional effort.

Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.

Anyone who has an issue with this new requirement is free to
speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.


Brendan Barnicle : Chair Lackey & Chief Financial Lackey
mylackey.com
1520 Bellevue Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122
206.320.7669 phone
206.320.7663 fax
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Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.
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Anyone who has an issue with this new requirement is free to
speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.
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Thou hast it now, King, Cawdor, Glamis, all,
As the weyard Women promis'd, and I feare
Thou playd'st most fowly for't: yet it was saide
It should not stand in thy Posterity,
But that my selfe should be the Roote, and Father
Of many Kings. If there come truth from them,
As vpon thee Macbeth, their Speeches shine,
Why by the verities on thee made good,
May they not be my Oracles as well,
And set me vp in hope. But hush, no more.
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NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) -- Anna Nicole Smith's lawyer has been authorized to bring in a private pathologist to perform a second autopsy on her son, the head coroner in the Bahamas said Friday.

The reality TV star and former Playboy playmate found her 20-year-old son Daniel Wayne Smith unresponsive Sept. 10 in her hospital room, three days after she gave birth to a daughter. She called for help but doctors were unable to revive him.

The Bahamas coroner's office has termed Daniel Smith's death to be "suspicious." The term, however, meant the cause was not immediately apparent and did not necessarily imply foul play, head coroner Linda Virgill said Thursday. (Watch details emerge on Smith's death and his mother's state of mind -- 3:39)

The family's pathologist will arrive from the United States on Saturday and will perform the autopsy on Sunday, Virgill said. She said Smith's family requested it but did not specify which of her relatives did so.

"It is nothing unusual for families to want their own pathologist to confirm or look for something that may have been overlooked" in the autopsy by the coroner's office, Virgill said.

The results of the official autopsy, which was done Tuesday, have not been released. Virgill said a toxicology test would be completed next week.

A jury inquest, which could lead to the filing of criminal charges, is scheduled to begin October 23. Witnesses including Smith, hospital staff and others who saw her son the night of his death were expected to be summoned.

Police who were called to the Nassau hospital did not find anything in Smith's room to suggest a crime had been committed or evidence of drugs, authorities said. (Full story)

Smith supports the decision to launch an inquest, according to her Bahamian attorney, Michael Scott. "She fully wants this process to take place and she wishes the public to not jump to conclusions and to wait for the conclusion of the proceedings," Scott said Thursday.

Smith, who went to the Bahamas during her pregnancy to avoid media scrutiny, was unable to grant interviews, Scott said.

"She's resting. She's obviously devastated," he said. "It's going to take a long time to heal. She's in seclusion and she wants some privacy."

Police believe Daniel Smith arrived in the Bahamas on September 9 and went directly to Doctors Hospital, a private facility in a stretch of downtown Nassau lined with small office buildings. He spent the night in a room with his mother and one of her attorneys, Howard K. Stern, and was seen tending to his mother and newborn half-sister.

On the morning of September 10, the 38-year-old TV star noticed her son had stopped breathing and called for help, Scott has said. Hospital staff unsuccessfully tried CPR and other measures to revive him. (Watch a doctor describe Smith's reaction to son's death -- 4:14)

When police arrived, the body was on one of two beds in a room packed with doctors, other hospital staff, Anna Nicole Smith and Stern, said Reginald Ferguson, assistant commissioner for the Royal Bahamas Police Force.

Daniel Smith was the son of Anna Nicole and Bill Smith, who married in 1985 and divorced two years later. The son had small roles in her movies "Skyscraper" and "To the Limit." He also appeared several times on the E! reality series "The Anna Nicole Show."

The identity of the father of Smith's daughter has not been released.

Anna Nicole Smith married Texas oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall II in 1994, when she was 26 and he was 89. He died the following year. She then feuded with Marshall's son, Pierce Marshall, over her entitlement to the tycoon's estate before Pierce Marshall died in June at age 67.

An initial judgment of $474 million in her favor was eventually reduced to nothing, although in May the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Smith could continue to pursue her claim in federal courts in California, despite a Texas state court ruling that Marshall's youngest son was the sole heir.

Copyright 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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So I was chillin with this ho in the park last nite eatim a kabab and drinking cider. She is all over me tryin to feel me up and keeps tryin to kiss me and stuff and I say Let me drink my fockin cider!

She sits there all sad and stuff so I say Look baby, I do u a favour and I stand up and get out my cok right and I say I got 2 words for ya.......

SUCK IT!!!

So she starts suckin it while Im drinkin my cider!

A lot of u losers probably go to a chick and let her decide when to give u a blo job right or u r like please will u give me a blo job! but u gotta TELL them biatches and take control like an alpha male!!!

Anyway shes suckin right and this old AFC (AVERAGE FRUSTRATED CHUMP) comes round walkin his dog and hes like what are you doing and stuff. The biatch stops suckin and I tell her to get back down there and carry on and she does.

So Im like talking to this loser while a chick is suckin my dik and i tell him what does it look like, u ponce! and I spit my cider right in his fockin face!

He goes off runnin and screaming and says hes gonna call the pigs on me so I throw my cider bottle and even tho he is real far away it lands on his head and breaks!

Then I do the chick from behind!

When I stop I look down and the AFCs dog has eat my fockin kebab!!!! WANKER!!

I was gonna kick his ass but I dont like cruelty to animals!


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I'm a modern man, a man for the millennium, digital and smoke-free, a diversified multi-cultural post-modern deconstructionist, politically, anatomically, and ecologically incorrect. I've been uplinked and downloaded, I've been inputted and outsourced, I know the upside of downsizing, I know the downside of upgrading. I'm a high-tech lowlife, a cutting edge state-of-the-art bi-coastal multitasker, and I can give you a gigabyte in a nanosecond. I'm new wave, but I'm old school, and my inner child is outward bound. I'm a hot-wired, heat-seeking, warm-hearted cool customer, voice-activated and biodegradable. I interface with my database, and my database is in cyberspace, so I'm interactive, I'm hyperactive, and from time to time, I'm radioactive. Behind the 8-ball, ahead of the curve, riding the wave, dodging the bullet, pushing the envelope. I'm on point, on task, on message, and off drugs. I got no need for coke and speed. I have no urge to binge and purge. I'm in the moment, on the edge, over the top, but under the radar. A high-concept, low-profile, medium-range ballistics missionary. A street-wise smart bomb, a top-gun bottom-feeder. I wear power ties, I tell power lies, I take power naps, I run victory laps. I'm a totally ongoing bigfoot slamdunk rainmaker with a proactive outreach. A raging workaholic, a working rageaholic, out of rehab and in denial. I got a personal trainer, a personal shopper, a personal assistant, and a personal agenda. You can't shut me up, you can't dumb me down, 'cause I'm tireless, and I'm wireless. I'm an alphamale on beta blockers. I'm a non-believer and an overachiever, laid back, but fashion forward, up front, down home, low rent, high maintenance; super size, long lasting, high definition, fast acting, oven ready, and built to last. I'm a hands-on, footloose, kneejerk headcase, prematurely post-traumatic, and I have a love child who sends me hate mail. But I'm feeling, I'm caring, I'm healing, I'm sharing, a supportive, bonding, nurturing, primary caregiver. My output is down, but my income is up. I take a short position on the long bond, and my revenue stream has its own cash flow. I read junk mail, I eat junk food, I buy junk bonds, I watch trash sports. I'm gender specific, capital intensive, user friendly, and lactose intolerant. I like rough sex, I like tough love, I use the F-word in my e-mails, and the software on my hard drive is hardcore, no soft porn. I bought a microwave at a minimall, I bought a minivan at a megastore, I eat fast food in the slow lane. I'm tollfree, bite size, ready to wear, and I come in all sizes. A fully equipped, factory authorized, hospital tested, clinically proven, scientifically formulated medical miracle. I've been prewashed, precooked, preheated, prescreened, preapproved, prepackeged, postdated, freeze dried, double wrapped, vacuum packed, and I have an unlimited broadband capacity. I'm a rude dude, but I'm the real deal, lean and mean, cocked, locked, and ready to rock; rough, tough, and hard to bluff. I take it slow, I go with the flow, I ride with the tide, I got glide in my stride. Drivin' and movin', sailin' and spinnin', jivin' and groovin', wailin' and winnin'. I don't snooze, so I don't lose. I keep the pedal to the metal and the rubber on the road. I party hardy, and lunch time is crunch time. I'm hangin' in, there ain't no doubt, and I'm hangin' tough, over and out.
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Friends of the random summer usuarlly rode bicycles and solved mysteries. Now they sat in the library with stacks of old records around them. They listened on a gramophone. most of the records stored the sound of people speaking, some the sound of birds singing. This library was the saddest place. The friends went outside. Yesterday had been dramatic, but today was going to be ok.
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<Cthon98> hey, if you type in your pw, it will show as stars
<Cthon98> ********* see!
<AzureDiamond> hunter2
<AzureDiamond> doesnt look like stars to me
<Cthon98> <AzureDiamond> *******
<Cthon98> thats what I see
<AzureDiamond> oh, really?
<Cthon98> Absolutely
<AzureDiamond> you can go hunter2 my hunter2-ing hunter2
<AzureDiamond> haha, does that look funny to you?
<Cthon98> lol, yes. See, when YOU type hunter2, it shows to us as *******
<AzureDiamond> thats neat, I didnt know IRC did that
<Cthon98> yep, no matter how many times you type hunter2, it will show to us as *******
<AzureDiamond> awesome!
<AzureDiamond> wait, how do you know my pw?
<Cthon98> er, I just copy pasted YOUR ******'s and it appears to YOU as hunter2 cause its your pw
<AzureDiamond> oh, ok.
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Jeez.. how am I supposed to read that?

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
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Hyperkinetic disorders ICD-10 F90.
ICD-9 314.00 Inattentive, 314.01 Hyperactive-Impulsive and Combined

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) (sometimes referred to as ADD) is thought to be a neurological disorder, always present from childhood, which manifests itself with symptoms such as hyperactivity, forgetfulness, poor impulse control, and distractibility.[1] In neurological pathology, ADHD is currently considered to be a chronic syndrome for which no medical cure is available. Both children and adults may present with ADHD, which is believed to affect between 3-5% of the population.[2]

Much controversy surrounds the diagnosis of ADHD, such as over whether or not the diagnosis denotes a disability in its traditional sense, or simply describes a neurological property of an individual. There is also a sizable minority of clinicians who believe that the condition is not biological, but psychological in origin. Those who believe that ADHD is a traditional disability or disorder often debate over how it should be treated, if at all. According to a majority of medical research in the United States, as well as other countries, ADHD is today generally regarded to be a non-curable neurological disorder for which, however, a wide range of effective treatments are available. Methods of treatment usually involve some combination of medication, psychotherapy, and other techniques. Some patients are able to control their symptoms over time, even without the use of medication. Other individuals who meet the diagnostic criteria of ADHD do not consider themselves to be handicapped by the disorder and therefore may remain undiagnosed or, after a positive diagnosis, untreated.

ADHD is most commonly diagnosed in children. When diagnosed in adults, it is regarded as adult attention-deficit disorder (AADD). It is believed that around 60% of children diagnosed with ADHD retain the disorder as adults.[3] A recent Washington University in St.Louis study indicated that nearly 50% of ADHD cases in America are not recieving treatment. This stands in stark contrast to the claims that the condition is overdiagnosed.[4]
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* 1 Terminology
* 2 Definitions
* 3 Symptoms
* 4 Diagnosis
o 4.1 Analytical Testing
o 4.2 Clinical Testing
o 4.3 Computerized tests
o 4.4 Brain scans
* 5 Incidence
* 6 Possible causes
o 6.1 Hereditary dopamine deficiency
o 6.2 Diet
o 6.3 External Factors
+ 6.3.1 Smoking during pregnancy
+ 6.3.2 Head injuries
* 7 Treatment
o 7.1 Mainstream treatments
o 7.2 Alternative treatments
+ 7.2.1 Nutrition
+ 7.2.2 Coaching
+ 7.2.3 Other alternatives
* 8 Controversy
o 8.1 Skepticism towards ADHD as a diagnosis
o 8.2 Parental role
* 9 Positive aspects
* 10 History
* 11 See also
* 12 Footnotes
* 13 Further reading
* 14 External links

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Terminology

The most appropriate designation of ADHD is currently disputed; the terms below are known to be used to describe the condition. A difficulty in the condition's nomenclature arises when some scientific research suggests that certain behaviors are directly attributable to ADHD, while other research concludes that the same behaviors constitute disorders that need to be classified independently of ADHD. For the purposes of this article, the "Terminology" section will be used only to name ADHD and its near equivalents, while the names for its manifestations and subtypes will be listed in "Symptoms" section, below.

* Attention-deficit syndrome (ADS): Equivalent to ADHD, but used to avoid the connotations of "disorder".
* Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): In 1987, ADD was in effect renamed to ADHD in the DSM-III-R. In it, ADHD was broken down into three subtypes (see 'symptoms' for more details):
o predominantly inattentive ADHD
o predominantly hyperactive-impulsive ADHD
o combined type ADHD

* Attention deficit disorder (ADD): This term was first introduced in DSM-III, the 1980 edition. It is considered by some to be obsolete, and by others to be a synonym for the predominantly inattentive type of ADHD.

* Undifferentiated attention-deficit disorder (UADD): This term was first introduced in the DSM-III-R, the 1987 edition. This was a miscellaneous category, and no formal diagnostic criteria were provided. UADD is approximately the predominantly inattentive type of ADHD in the DSM-IV-TR. The DSM-III-R diagnosis of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder required hyperactive-impulsive symptoms in addition to the inattentive symptoms.

* Hyperkinetic disorders (F90) is the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD) equivalent to ADHD. The ICD-10 does not include a predominantly inattentive type of ADHD because the editors of Chapter V of the ICD-10 believe the inattentivity syndrome may constitute a distinct disorder.
o Disturbance of activity and attention (F90.0)
o Hyperkinetic conduct disorder (F90.1) is a mixed disorder involving hyperkinetic symptoms along with presence of conduct disorder
o Other hyperkinetic disorders (F90.8)
o Hyperkinetic disorder, unspecified (F90.9)

* Hyperkinetic syndrome (HKS): Equivalent to ADHD, but largely obsolete in the United States, still used in some places world wide.

* Minimal cerebral dysfunction (MCD): Equivalent to ADHD, but largely obsolete in the United States, though still commonly used internationally.
* Minimal brain dysfunction or Minimal brain damage (MBD): Similar to ADHD, now obsolete.

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Definitions

From a developmental/behavioral standpoint, the DSM-IV states that ADHD is a developmental disorder that presents during childhood, in most cases before the age of seven, and is characterized by developmentally inappropriate levels of inattention and/or hyperactive-impulsive behavior. The DSM-IV also stipulates that in order to be diagnosed, the condition must also result in significant impairment of one or more major life activities, including interpersonal relations, educational or occupational goals, as well as cognitive or adaptive functioning. ADHD may be also diagnosed in adulthood, but symptoms must have been present prior to age seven in order to yield a positive diagnosis.

The ICD-10 differs from the DSM-IV in that it requires both inattention and hyperactive-impulsive behavior to be present before a diagnosis is warranted.[5]

The Amen classification is an informal definition and categorisation system which reorganises and extends the DSM-IV. It is not widely accepted as a formal classification, although it is still used by many doctors wordwide.
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Symptoms

The symptoms of ADHD fall into the following two broad categories:[6]

Inattention:

1. Failing to pay close attention to details or making careless mistakes when doing schoolwork or other activities
2. Trouble keeping attention focused during play or tasks
3. Appearing not to listen when spoken to
4. Failing to follow instructions or finish tasks
5. Avoiding tasks that require a high amount of mental effort and organization, such as school projects
6. Frequently losing items required to facilitate tasks or activities, such as school supplies
7. Excessive distractibility
8. Forgetfulness

Hyperactivity-impulsive behavior

1. Fidgeting with hands or feet or squirming in seat
2. Leaving seat often, even when inappropriate
3. Running or climbing at inappropriate times
4. Difficulty in quiet play
5. Frequently feeling restless
6. Excessive speech
7. Mood swings
8. Answering a question before the speaker has finished
9. Failing to await one's turn
10. Interrupting the activities of others at inappropriate times

A positive diagnosis is usually only made if the patient has experienced six of the above symptoms for at least three months. Symptoms must appear consistently in varied environments (e.g., not only at home or only at school) and interfere with function. One of the difficulties in diagnosis is the incidence of co-morbid conditions, especially the presence of Bipolar Disorder which is being reported at earlier ages than previously described.

Children who grow up with ADHD often continue to have symptoms as they grow into adulthood. Adults face some of their greatest challenges in the areas of self-control and self-motivation, as well as executive functioning (also known as working memory). If the patient is not treated appropriately, co-morbid conditions, such as depression, anxiety and self-medicating substance abuse may present as well. If a patient presents with such conditions as well, the co-morbid condition may be treated first, or simultaneously.
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Diagnosis

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) emphasize that a diagnosis of ADHD should only be made by trained health care providers, as many of the symptoms may also be part of other conditions, such as bodily illness or other physical disorders, such as hyperthyroidism. Further, it is not uncommon that physically and mentally nonpathological individuals exhibit at least some of the symptoms from time to time. Severity and pervasiveness of the symptoms leading to prominent functional impairment across different settings (school, work, social relationships) are major factors in a positive diagnosis.
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Analytical Testing

Due to the lack of objectivity that surrounds the critical factors, many question the reliability of ADHD diagnosis. The American Academy of Pediatrics Clinical Practice publishes guidelines to aid providers in making an objective diagnosis, but even if strictly adhered to, doubt still remains among some patients, as well as providers. Other diagnostic methods, such as those involving magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), may detect the presence of ADHD by analyzing images of the patient's brain, are usually not recommended (see brain scans). In a majority of cases, diagnosis is therefore dependent upon the observations and opinions of those who are close to the patient; in many patients, especially as they approach adulthood, self-diagnosis is not uncommon.

Publications that are designed to analyze a person's behavior, such as the Brown Scale or the Conners Scale, for example, attempt to assist parents and providers in making a diagnosis by evaluating an individual on typical behaviors such as "Hums or makes other odd noises", "Daydreams" and "Acts 'smart'"; the scales rating the pervasiveness of these behaviors range from "never" to "very often". Connors states that, based on the scale, a valid diagnosis can be achieved; critics, however, counter Connors' proposition by pointing out the breadth with which these behaviors may be interpreted. This becomes especially relevant when family and cultural norms are taken into consideration; this premise leads to the assumption that a diagnosis based on such a scale may actually be more subjective than objective (see cultural subjectivism).
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Clinical Testing

The American Academy of Pediatrics Clinical Practice Guideline for children with ADHD emphasizes that a reliable diagnosis requires:[7]

1. The use of explicit criteria for the diagnosis using the DSM-IV-TR.
2. The importance of obtaining information about the child’s symptoms in more than one setting (especially from schools).
3. The search for coexisting conditions that may make the diagnosis more difficult or complicate treatment planning.

A proper diagnosis is dependent upon a physician fulfilling all three of these criteria. The first criteria can be satisfied by using an ADHD-specific instrument such as the Conners Scale. The second criteria is best fulfilled by examining the individual's history. This history can be obtained from parents and teachers, or a patient's memory.[8] The requirement that symptoms be present in more than one setting is very important because the problem may not be with the child, but instead with teachers or parents who are too demanding. The use of intelligence and psychological testing (to satisfy the third criteria) is essential in order to find or rule out other factors that might be causing or complicating the problems experienced by the patient.[9]
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Computerized tests

Computerized tests of attention are not especially helpful in providing a further independent assessment because they have a high rate of false negatives (real cases of ADHD can pass the tests in 35% or more of cases) (Barkley, 2006) they do not correlate well with actual behavioral problems at home or school, and are not especially helpful in determining treatments. Both the American Academy of Pediatrics and American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry have recommended against the use of such computerized tests for now in view of their lack of appropriate scientific validation as diagnostic tools. In the USA, the process of obtaining referrals for such assessments is being promoted vigorously by the President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health.
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Brain scans

Neurometrics, PET scans, FMRI, or SPECT scans have the potential to provide a more objective diagnosis. However, these are not typically suitable for very young children, and PET and SPECT scans may unnecessarily expose the patient to small amounts of radiation. Because the etiology of the disorder is unknown, and a complete neurological definition of this disorder is lacking, a majority of clinicians doubt the current predictive power of these objective tests to detect ADHD to be used to direct clinical treatment. An October 2005 meta-analysis by Alan Zametkin, M.D., with the NIMH, concluded that these diagnostic methods lack adequate scientific research on accuracy and specificity to be used as a primary diagnostic tool.[10] They remain, however, useful research tools when studying groups of patients with ADHD.
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Incidence

ADHD has been found to exist in every country and culture studied to date. While it is most commonly diagnosed in the United States, rates of diagnosis are rising in most industrialized countries as they become more aware of the disorder, its diagnosis, and its management.

Nearly four million children younger than 18 in the United States had been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The prevalence among children is estimated to be in the range of 5% to 8% in children, and 4% to 8% in adults. 10% of males, but only 4% of females have been diagnosed.[11]. This apparent sex difference may either reflect a difference in susceptibility or that females with ADHD are less likely to be diagnosed than males.[12][13]

The ADHD treatment rate among Caucasian children is significantly higher than among African and Hispanic Americans (4.4% Caucasian, 1.7% African, 1.5% Hispanic in 1997)[14]. The same study notes that outpatient treatment for ADHD has grown from 0.9 children per 100 (1987) to 3.4 per 100 (1997).

A recent Washington University in St. Louis study indicated that almost 50% of ADHD cases in America may not be detected and treated. This lies in stark contrast to the claim the the condition is overmedicated.[15]
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Possible causes

The exact cause of ADHD remains unknown, but there is no shortage of speculation concerning its etiology [16][17], most of which centers around the brain. The cerebellum in particular has been shown to be smaller in the brains of those with this disorder.[18] Another possible culprit is a region in the middle or medial aspect of the frontal lobe, known as the anterior cingulate cortex division.[19] The source of these differences is not yet known, but some hypotheses have been presented.
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Hereditary dopamine deficiency

Research suggests that ADHD arises from a combination of various genes, many of which have something to do with dopamine transporters.[20] Suspect genes include the 10-repeat allele of the DAT1 gene,[21] the 7-repeat allele of the DRD4 gene,[22] and the dopamine beta hydroxylase gene (DBH TaqI).[23] Additionally, SPECT scans found people with ADHD to have reduced blood circulation,[24] and a significantly higher concentration of dopamine transporters in the striatum which is in charge of planning ahead.[25]
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Diet

It has long been suggested that ADHD could be the result of a nutritional problem. Recent studies have begun to find metabolic differences in these children, indicating that an inability to handle certain elements of one's diet might contribute to the development of ADHD, or at least ADHD-like symptoms. For example, in 1990 the English chemist, Neil Ward,[26] showed that children with ADHD lose zinc when exposed to a food dye. Some studies suggest that a lack of fatty acids, specifically omega-3 fatty acids can trigger the development of ADHD. Support for this theory comes from findings that children who are breastfed for six or more months seem to be less likely to have ADHD than their bottlefed counterparts and until very recently, infant formula did not contain any omega-3 fatty acids at all.[27] Time and futher investigation will perhaps tell whether this correlation is reliable or merely a coincidence.

Despite the uncertainty of nutrition as a cause of ADHD it does play a role in the diagnosis and treatment of the disorder. Certain dietary issues, most commonly a moderate to severe protein deficiency, can cause symptoms consistent with ADHD.[28]
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External Factors

There is no compelling evidence that social factors, alone, can create ADHD. (However, see discussion of parental role in section below) The few environmental factors implicated fall in the realm of biohazards including alcohol, tobacco smoke, and lead poisoning. Allergies (including those to artificial additives)[29] as well as complications during pregnancy and birth--including premature birth--might also play a role.
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Smoking during pregnancy

It has been observed that women who smoke while pregnant are more likely to have children with ADHD.[30]. Nicotine is known to cause hypoxia (lack of oxygen) in the uterus, which could lead to brain damage in the unborn child. Smoking could therefore play a major role in the child's development of the disorder prior to birth.
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Head injuries

Head injuries may cause a person to present with ADHD-like symptoms, possibly because of damage done to the patient's frontal lobes. Because symptoms were attributable to brain damage, the earliest designation for ADHD was "Minimal Brain Damage". [31]
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Treatment

There are many options available to treat people diagnosed with ADHD. The options with the greatest scientific support include a variety of medications, behavior modification, and educational interventions. The results of a large randomized controlled trial[32][33] suggested that medication alone is superior to behavioral therapy alone, but that the combination of behavioral therapy and medication has a small additional benefit over medication alone.
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Mainstream treatments
The chemical structure of methylphenidate, better known as Ritalin. Ritalin is one of the most popular treatments for ADHD currently on the market.
The chemical structure of methylphenidate, better known as Ritalin. Ritalin is one of the most popular treatments for ADHD currently on the market.

The first-line medication used to treat ADHD are mostly stimulants, which work by stimulating the areas of the brain responsible for focus, attention, and impulse control. The use of stimulants to treat a syndrome often characterized by hyperactivity is sometimes referred to as a paradoxical effect. But there is no real paradox in that stimulants activate brain inhibitory and self-organizing mechanisms permitting the individual to have greater self-regulation. The stimulants used include:

* Methylphenidate — Available in:
o Regular formulation, sold as Ritalin, Metadate, Focalin (different in that it is derived from dexmethylphenidate, the d-isomer), or Methylin. Duration: 4–6 hours per dose. Usually taken morning, lunchtime, and in some cases, afternoon.
o Long acting formulation, sold as Ritalin LA, Metadate ER. Duration: 6–8 hours per dose. Usually taken twice daily.
o All-day formulation, sold as Ritalin SR, Metadate CD, Concerta (Methylphenidate Hydrochloride), Focalin XR and Daytrana (patch). Duration: 10–12 hours per dose. Usually taken once a day.
* Amphetamines —
o Dextroamphetamine — Available in:
+ Regular formulation, sold as Dexedrine. Duration: 4–6 hours per dose. Usually taken 2–3 times daily.
+ Long-acting formulation, sold as Dexedrine Spansules. Duration: 8–12 hours per dose. Taken once a day.
o Adderall, a trade name for a mixture of dextroamphetamine and laevoamphetamine salts. — Available in:
+ Regular formulation, Adderall. Duration: 4–6 hours a dose.
+ Long-acting formulation, Adderall XR. Duration: 12 hours. Taken once a day.
o Methamphetamine — Available in:
+ Regular formulation, sold as Desoxyn by Ovation Pharmaceutical Company.
* Bupropion. A dopamine and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor, marketed under the brand name Wellbutrin.
* Atomoxetine. A norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (NRI) introduced in 2003, it is the newest class of drug used to treat ADHD, and the first non-stimulant medication to be used as a first-line treatment for ADHD. Available in:
o Once daily formulation, sold by Eli Lilly and Company as Strattera. This medicine doesn't have an exact duration. It is to be taken once or twice a day, depending on the individual, every day, and takes up to 6 weeks to begin working fully. If the intake schedule is interrupted, it may take a few weeks to begin working correctly again.

Second-line medications include:

* Benzphetamine — a less powerful stimulant. Research on the effectiveness of this drug is not yet complete.
* Provigil/Alertec/modafinil — In the US, it is currently offlabel pending decision by the FDA on August 22, 2006. Was originally pending marketting on-label as Alertec but denied for a reported incidence of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome.
* Cylert/Pemoline — a stimulant used with great success until the late 1980s when it was discovered that this medication could cause liver damage. Although some physicians do continue to prescribe Cylert, it can no longer be considered a first-line medicine. In March 2005, the makers of Cylert announced that it would discontinue the medication's production. In fact, this drug has been also withdrawn by the FDA from the market.
* Amineptine/Survector/Maneon — a tricyclic antidepressant now illegal in many countries for being thought to have a small potential for abuse. It is still legal in some parts of the EU, such as Spain and Italy; it is no longer available in the US, Canada, France or the UK.
* Clonidine — Initially developed as a treatment for high blood pressure, low doses in evenings and/or afternoons are sometimes used in conjunction with stimulants to help with sleep and because Clonidine sometimes helps moderate impulsive and oppositional behavior and may reduce tics.[34]
* Emsam/Selegiline — an MAOI currently being investigated for ADHD; Emsam is not a pill, but a patch.
* Tianeptine/Stablon/Coaxil/Tatinol — an SSRE tricyclic antidepressant used primarily in Europe which is being investigated. It is currently off-patent in the United States and is therefore not likely to be approved by the FDA.
* Amantadine — an anti-viral and dopamine agonist. There have been reports that low-dose amantadine has been successfully used off-label to treat ADHD.[35]

Because most of the medications used to treat ADHD are Schedule II under the U.S. DEA schedule system, and are considered powerful stimulants with a potential for abuse, there is controversy surrounding prescribing these drugs for children and adolescents. However, research studying ADHD sufferers who either receive treatment with stimulants or go untreated has indicated that those treated with stimulants are in fact much less likely to abuse any substance than ADHD sufferers who are not treated with stimulants.[36]
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Alternative treatments

Many alternative treatments have been proposed for ADHD. There are few or no credible scientific studies to support these suggested interventions.
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Nutrition

As noted above there are indications that children with ADHD are metabolically different from others, [37][38][39] and it has therefore been suggested that diet modification may play a role in the management of ADHD. Perhaps the best known of the dietary alternatives is the Feingold diet which involves removing salicylates, artificial colors and flavors, and certain synthetic preservatives from children's diets.[40] In the 1980s vitamin B6 was promoted as a helpful remedy for children with learning difficulties including inattentiveness. Later, zinc and multivitamins have been promoted as cures, and currently the addition of certain fatty acids such as omega-3 has been proposed as beneficial.[41] [42]

It is claimed by some ADHD patients that commonly available mild stimulants such as caffeine and theobromine have similar effects to the more powerful drugs commonly used in treating the disorder. Herbal supplements such as ginkgo biloba are also sometimes cited. There is some empirical data suggesting caffeine can improve the function of children suffering from ADHD.[43] [44]
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Coaching

Main article: ADD Coaching

ADD Coaching is a program where coaches work with ADHD individuals to help them prioritize, organize, and develop life skills. Coaching is aimed at helping clients to be more realistic in setting goals for themselves by learning about their individual challenges and gifts, and emphasizes spending more time in areas of strength, while minimizing time spent dealing with areas of difficulty.
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Other alternatives

Neurofeedback is a proposed ADHD remedy which involves teaching children to control their brain waves by the use of video-game technology. A thorough review by Sandra Loo and Russell Barkley of the research done on this in Developmental Neuropsychology 2005 concluded that neurofeedback does not have adequate support from appropriately conducted scientific studies to support it as an intervention at this time.[45]

Audio-visual entrainment uses light and sound stimulation to guide and change brainwave patterns.[46] While safe for most, it cannot be used by those suffering from photosensitive epilepsy due to the risk of triggering a seizure.

Cerebellar stimulation assumes that by improving the patient’s cerebellar function, many ADHD symptoms can be reduced or even eliminated permanently. As noted above, several studies have shown that the cerebellums of children with ADHD are notably smaller than their non-ADHD counterparts. Several programs of balance, coordination, eye and sensory exercises that specifically involve the functions of the cerebellum are used to treat ADHD, Asperger's syndrome, and many learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyspraxia. Most prominent are the DORE program,[47] the Learning Breakthrough Program, and the Brain Gym.
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Controversy

Main article: Controversy about ADHD

The ADHD diagnosis is controversial and has been questioned by some professionals, adults diagnosed with ADHD, and parents of diagnosed children. They point out the positive traits that people with ADHD have, such as "hyperfocusing." Others believe ADHD is a divergent or normal-variant human behavior, and use the term neurodiversity to describe it, emphasizing that there are an immense number of variations in genetics which could favor a greater or lesser ability to concentrate and/or to remain calm under varying circumstances.[48]
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Skepticism towards ADHD as a diagnosis

The number of people diagnosed with ADHD in the U.S. and UK has grown dramatically over a short period of time. Critics of the diagnosis, such as Dan P. Hallahan and James M. Kauffman in their book Exceptional Learners: Introduction to Special Education, have argued that this increase is due to the ADHD diagnostic criteria being sufficiently general or vague to allow virtually anybody with persistent unwanted behaviors to be classified as having ADHD of one type or another, and that the symptoms are not supported by sufficient empirical data.[49] Additionally, a recent study by Adam Rafalovich has found that many doctors are no more confident in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD than are many parents.[50] Another source of skepticism is that most people with ADHD have no difficulties concentrating when they are doing something that interests them, whether it is educational or entertainment.[51] However, these objections have been rejected by the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the U.S. Surgeon General.[52]

Another argument which has been offered against the diagnosis is that the behavior of putative ADHD sufferers is the "natural" way for children to behave in a situation which does not engage them. It has never been a simple task to teach children how to behave in a "grown up" fashion, and therefore great amounts of time and energy have traditonally been spent by parents and educators trying to inspire, cajole, threaten, lecture, bribe (and every other imaginable strategy) in the service of teaching a child how to gain self control, act with consideration for others, and do tasks that are not fun. In other words, it is argued, a child who is not successfully taught how to behave, obey the rules and stay on task will display all of the symptoms of ADHD. Those who place emphasis on the parental role in ADHD claim that while neurological impairments, or innate tendencies, can be a factor in the ability to stay focused on tasks being demanded, the "nature" (or biological) aspects of the nature vs.nurture controversy have been greatly exaggerated. They claim millions of children being diagnosed with this condition have nothing physically wrong with their brains. [53]

A believer that ADHD is a biological condition, Xavier Castellanos M.D., then head of ADHD research at the National Institute of Mental Health, (NIMH), [54] has also expressed reservations about the extent of available biological information about that condition in an interview on Frontline in 2000:

Frontline: "How does ADHD work on the brain? What do we know about it?"
Castellanos: "We don't yet know what's going on in ADHD..."
Frontline: "Give me one true fact about ADHD."
Castellanos "The posterior inferior vermis of the cerebellum is smaller in ADHD. I think that that is a true fact. It's taken about five years to convince myself that that's the case. That's about as much as I know--that I'm confident about..."

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Parental role

Many clinicians believe that attachments and relationships with caregivers and other features of a child's environment have profound effects on attentional and self-regulatory capacities. An editorial in a special editon of Clinical Psychology in 2004 stated that "our impression from spending time with young people, their families and indeed colleagues from other disciplines is that a medical diagnosis and medication is not enough":

"In our clinical experience, without exception, we are finding that the same conduct typically labelled ADHD is shown by children in the context of violence and abuse, impaired parental attachments and other experiences of emotional trauma."[55]

While no compelling evidence has been offered that parenting methods can cause ADHD in otherwise normal children a sizable minority of clinicians believe this is the case. A different perspective holds that while evidence shows that parents of ADHD children experience more stress and give more commands,[56] further research has suggested that such parenting behavior is in large part a reaction to the child's ADHD and related disruptive and oppositional behavior, and to a minor extent the result of the parent's own ADHD.[57]
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Positive aspects

Although ADHD is considered a disorder, some view it in a neutral or positive light. Rather than assuming that ADHD is inherently negative, some argue that ADHD is simply a different method of learning as opposed to an inferior one. "While the A students are learning the details of photosynthesis, the ADHD kids are staring out the window and pondering if it still works on a cloudy day" (Underwood). The aspects of ADHD which are generally viewed negatively can be a potential source of strength, such as willingness to take risks. "Impulsivity isn't always bad. Instead of dithering over a decision, they're willing to take risks" (Underwood). Both a proponent and an example of this point is JetBlue Airways founder David Neeleman. He considers ADHD one of his greatest assets and refuses to take medication. [58][59] There has been little serious research into either the intellectual advantages it can provide, or into conditions which might be necessary for taking advantage of ADHD traits.

Many professional counselors emphasize to persons diagnosed with ADHD and their families the perspective that the condition does not necessarily block, and may even facilitate, great accomplishments. Most frequently cited as potentially useful is the mental state of hyperfocus. Lists of famous persons either diagnosed with ADHD or suspected (but not necessarily known to have had ADHD) are numerous, such as Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison, but currently lack scientific proof because ADHD was not a documented medical condition until its appearance in the DSM-III in 1980.
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History

There is considerable evidence to suggest that ADHD is not a recent phenomenon.

* 493 BC, the great physician-scientist Hippocrates described a condition that seems to be compatible with what we now know as ADHD. He described patients who had "quickened responses to sensory experience, but also less tenaciousness because the soul moves on quickly to the next impression". Hippocrates attributed this condition to an "overbalance of fire over water”. His remedy for this "overbalance" was "barley rather than wheat bread, fish rather than meat, water drinks, and many natural and diverse physical activities."[60]
* 1845. ADHD was alluded to by Dr. Heinrich Hoffmann, a physician who wrote books on medicine and psychiatry. Dr. Hoffman was also a poet who became interested in writing for children when he couldn't find suitable materials to read to his 3-year-old son. The result was a book of poems, complete with illustrations, about children and their undesirable behaviours. "Die Geschichte vom Zappel-Philipp" (The Story of Fidgety Philip) in Der Struwwelpeter was a description of a little boy who could be interpreted as having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.[61] Alternatively, it may be seen as merely a moral fable to amuse young children at the same time as encouraging them to behave properly.
* 1902 – The English pediatrician George Still, in a series of lectures to the Royal College of Physicians in England, described a condition which some have claimed is analogous to ADHD. Still described a group of children with significant behavioral problems, caused, he believed, by an innate genetic dysfunction and not by poor child rearing or environment.[62]. Analysis of Still's descriptions by Palmer and Finger indicated that the qualities Still described are not "considered primary symptoms of ADHD".[63]
* The 1918–1919 influenza pandemic left many survivors with encephalitis, affecting their neurological functions. Some of these exhibited immediate behavioral problems which correspond to ADD. This caused many to believe that the condition was the result of injury rather than genetics.
* 1937 – Dr. Bradley in Providence RI reported that a group of children with behavioral problems improved after being treated with stimulant medication.[64]
* 1957 – The stimulant methylphenidate (Ritalin) became available. It remains one of the most widely prescribed medications for ADHD in its various forms (Ritalin, Focalin, Concerta, Metadate, and Methylin).
* 1960 – Stella Chess described "Hyperactive Child Syndrome", introducing the concept of hyperactivity not being caused by brain damage.[65]
* By 1966, following observations that the condition existed without any objectively observed pathological disorder or injury, researchers changed the terminology from Minimal Brain Damage to Minimal Brain Dysfunction.[66]
* 1973 – Dr Ben F. Feingold, Chief of Allergy at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in San Francisco, claimed that hyperactivity was increasing in proportion to the level of food additives.
* 1975 – Pemoline (Cylert) is approved by the FDA for use in the treatment of ADHD. While an effective agent for managing the symptoms, the development of liver failure in at least 14 cases over the next 27 years would result in the manufacturer withdrawing this medication from the market.
* 1980 – The name Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) was first introduced in DSM-III, the 1980 edition.
* 1987 – The DSM-IIIR was released changing the diagnosis to "Undifferentiated Attention Deficit Disorder." [67]
* 1994 – DSM-IV described three groupings within ADHD, which can be simplified as: mainly inattentive; mainly hyperactive-impulsive; and both in combination.
* 1996 – ADHD accounted for at least 40% of child psychiatry references.[68]
* 1999 – New delivery systems for medications are invented that eliminate the need for multiple doses across the day or taking medication at school. These new systems include pellets of medication coated with various time-release substances to permit medications to dissolve hourly across an 8–12 hour period (Medadate CD, Adderall XR, Focalin XR) and an osmotic pump that extrudes a liquid methylphenidate sludge across an 8–12 hour period after ingestion (Concerta).
* 1999 – The largest study of treatment for ADHD in history is published in the American Journal of Psychiatry. Known as the Multimodal Treatment Study of ADHD (MTA Study), it involved more than 570 ADHD children at 6 sites in the United States and Canada randomly assigned to 4 treatment groups. Results generally showed that medication alone was more effective than psychosocial treatments alone, but that their combination was beneficial for some subsets of ADHD children beyond the improvement achieved only by medication. More than 40 studies have subsequently been published from this massive dataset.
* 2001 – The International Consensus Statement on ADHD is published and signed by more than 80 of the world's leading experts on ADHD to counteract periodic media misrepresentation that ADHD is a real disorder and that medications are justified as a treatment for the disorder. In 2005, another 100 European experts on ADHD added their signatures to this historic document certifying the validity of ADHD as a valid mental disorder.
* 2003 – Atomoxetine, the first new medication for ADHD in 25 years, receives FDA approval for use in children, teens, and adults with ADHD.

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See also

* Adult attention-deficit disorder
* Anti-psychiatry
* Auditory processing disorder
* Chemical imbalance theory
* Controversy about ADHD
* Developmental disability
* Educational psychology
* Hyperactivity
* Hyperfocus
* National Institute of Mental Health
* Sensory integration disorder
* Sluggish cognitive tempo
* Texas Medication Algorithm Project
* David Keirsey

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39. ^ Oades RD, Daniels R, Rascher W. Plasma neuropeptide-Y levels, monoamine metabolism, electrolyte excretion and drinking behavior in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Psychiatry Res. 1998; Aug 17;80(2):177-86 PMID 9754697
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45. ^ go to www.russellbarkley.org and see Research to Read subpage
46. ^ Joyce, Michael & Siever, Dave Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) Program as a Treatment for Behavior Disorders in a School Setting, , 1997, Journal of Neurotherapy, vol 4 (2), 9-32.
47. ^ *“How does the DORE programme work?” Dore Achievement Centres, UK, retrieved November 28th, 2005.
48. ^ Special Education and the Concept of Neurodiversity New Horizons for Learning
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51. ^ Simon Sobo ADHD and Other Sins of Our Children Personal website
52. ^ Skeptical Enquirer magazine; May/June 2006
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55. ^ Adam James (2004) Clinical psychology publishes critique of ADHD diagnosis and use of medication on children published on Psychminded.co.uk Psychminded Ltd
56. ^ ADHD Parental Stress The University of Sydney School of Behavioural & Community Health Sciences
57. ^ Andrea Englander (2005) Childhood ADHD and Its Effects on Parents and the Family System Journal of Student Award Winners
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Further reading

* Timimi, Sami: Naughty Boys: Anti-Social Behaviour, ADHD and the Role of Culture(2005) London Palgrave McMillan ISBN 1-4039-4511-X
* National Institute for Clinical Excellence: Comments on ADHD
* The Adult ADD Reader published by ADD Resources
* ADHD and other Sins of our Children by Simon Sobo, M.D.
* Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Handbook for Diagnosis and Treatment (2006) by Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D. New York: Guilford Publications (guilford.com) (see also russellbarkley.org)

* Peter Conrad, Identifying Hyperactive Children (Ashgate, 2006).

* Taking Charge of ADHD: The Complete Authoritative Guide for Parents (2005) by Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D. New York: Guilford Publications.

* Understanding ADD by Dr Christopher Green & Dr Kit Chee, ISBN 0-86824-587-9, Doubleday 1994

* The ADHD-Autism Connection: A Step toward more accurate diagnosis and effective treatment, by Diane M. Kennedy, ISBN 1-57856-498-0 (The aim of this book is to explore the similarities that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) shares with a spectrum of disorders currently known as pervasive developmental disorders.)

* Kate Kelly and Peggy Ramundo: You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid, or Crazy?! A Self-Help Book for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (1993). ISBN 0-684-81531-1

* Edward M. Hallowell, M.D. and John J. Ratey, M.D. (2005). Delivered from Distraction: Getting the Most out of Life with Attention Deficit Disorder. Ballantine Books. ISBN 0-345-44230-X

* “Evaluation of an exercise-based treatment for children with reading difficulties" by David Reynolds, Roderick I. Nicolson and Helen Hambly, Version 3.4. Final (2003), retrieved December 1st, 2005.

* Opler LA, Frank DM, Ramirez PM. (2001) Psychostimulants in the treatment of adults with psychosis and attention deficit disorder. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 931, 297-301.

* Bellak L, Kay SR, Opler LA. (1987) Attention deficit disorder psychosis as a diagnostic category. Psychiatric Developments, 5 (3), 239-63.
* Ninivaggi, F.J., "Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents: Rethinking Diagnosis and Treatment Implications for Complicated Cases," Connecticut Medicine. September 1999; Vol. 63, No. 9, 515-521.

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External links

* Defending ADHD - By Steven Novella
* Why someone is called ADHD by Mark Fineman
* Suite 101 site on ADD and ADHD
* Information for anyone living with ADHD
* NIMH's ADHD page
* National Resource Center on AD/HD
* ADD and ADHD Research News from ScienceDaily
* Children and ADHD Medication - a multimodal presentation
* Diagnosis and Treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder at NIH
* ADD Resources
* PBS FRONTLINE: 'Medicating Kids'
* Lawsuits Assert Drug Makers And Shrinks Invented 'ADHD' To Sell Ritalin at www.rense.com
* Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at CDC

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unacceptable.


This company has far too much very important work to do to
have virtually empty offices at 6:45 pm. If anyone thinks that
everything we need to do as a company can be accomplished within an
8 hour day, then I think they fail to understand the scope and
complexity of our venture. Anyone harboring such illusions should
seriously consider a career change. I am sure that I could point to
tasks for every single person in this company that would merit
working past 7 pm every single night.

We have an amazing lead on an outstanding business, but it will
not last forever and we must move faster. As some of you know, we
are lagging behind our revenue goals. We need everyone in
every department working every day to meet and exceed these goals.
We have similar goals in development, sales, business
development, marketing, operations and every other aspect of our
business.

This is not a bank; this is not Boeing. This is a start-up and
we are all expecting to be rewarded for taking the risk of
a start-up. But, there will be no rewards without
exceptional effort.

Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
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our work hours.

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We have an amazing lead on an outstanding business, but it will
not last forever and we must move faster. As some of you know, we
are lagging behind our revenue goals. We need everyone in
every department working every day to meet and exceed these goals.
We have similar goals in development, sales, business
development, marketing, operations and every other aspect of our
business.

This is not a bank; this is not Boeing. This is a start-up and
we are all expecting to be rewarded for taking the risk of
a start-up. But, there will be no rewards without
exceptional effort.

Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.

Anyone who has an issue with this new requirement is free to
speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.


Brendan Barnicle : Chair Lackey & Chief Financial Lackey
mylackey.com
1520 Bellevue Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122
206.320.7669 phone
206.320.7663 fax
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Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.
added on the 2006-09-16 by Stelthz
Stelthz
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speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.
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all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
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Thou hast it now, King, Cawdor, Glamis, all,
As the weyard Women promis'd, and I feare
Thou playd'st most fowly for't: yet it was saide
It should not stand in thy Posterity,
But that my selfe should be the Roote, and Father
Of many Kings. If there come truth from them,
As vpon thee Macbeth, their Speeches shine,
Why by the verities on thee made good,
May they not be my Oracles as well,
And set me vp in hope. But hush, no more.
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sparcus
Oh no! Infinite sparcii are making good progress on shakespeare.
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yLackey.com email to employees

--- Start message ---
From: Brendan Barnicle
To: All Employees
Subject: THIS IS STILL A START-UP
Importance: High


It is now 6:45 pm and there are only 12 people in our office.
We have 65 people that work here in Seattle. This is totally
unacceptable.


This company has far too much very important work to do to
have virtually empty offices at 6:45 pm. If anyone thinks that
everything we need to do as a company can be accomplished within an
8 hour day, then I think they fail to understand the scope and
complexity of our venture. Anyone harboring such illusions should
seriously consider a career change. I am sure that I could point to
tasks for every single person in this company that would merit
working past 7 pm every single night.

We have an amazing lead on an outstanding business, but it will
not last forever and we must move faster. As some of you know, we
are lagging behind our revenue goals. We need everyone in
every department working every day to meet and exceed these goals.
We have similar goals in development, sales, business
development, marketing, operations and every other aspect of our
business.

This is not a bank; this is not Boeing. This is a start-up and
we are all expecting to be rewarded for taking the risk of
a start-up. But, there will be no rewards without
exceptional effort.

Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.

Anyone who has an issue with this new requirement is free to
speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.


Brendan Barnicle : Chair Lackey & Chief Financial Lackey
mylackey.com
1520 Bellevue Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122
206.320.7669 phone
206.320.7663 fax
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Given the severity of the situation, I am putting strict
office hours into effect immediately. Until further notice,
all employees are required to be at their desk from 8am until
7pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. There are no exceptions. If you need
to leave early, then you must be at your desk earlier. I am very
sorry that we need to instill such strict guidelines. This is not
usually necessary at a start-up and when the work ethic here begins
to reflect that of a start-up, we can consider more flexibility in
our work hours.
added on the 2006-09-16 by Stelthz
Stelthz
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speak with me. But, there will be no exceptions.
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Thou hast it now, King, Cawdor, Glamis, all,
As the weyard Women promis'd, and I feare
Thou playd'st most fowly for't: yet it was saide
It should not stand in thy Posterity,
But that my selfe should be the Roote, and Father
Of many Kings. If there come truth from them,
As vpon thee Macbeth, their Speeches shine,
Why by the verities on thee made good,
May they not be my Oracles as well,
And set me vp in hope. But hush, no more.
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Oh no! Infinite sparcii are making good progress on shakespeare.
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Optimus
#win32asm: Live the Code | http://board.win32asmcommunity.net/ | www.madwizard.
11:22 -!- Topic for #win32asm: #win32asm: Live the Code |
http://board.win32asmcommunity.net/ | www.madwizard.org |
http://modseven.de/pastebin.php
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11:22 -!- Irssi: #win32asm: Total of 66 nicks [7 ops, 0 halfops, 6 voices, 53
normal]
11:22 -!- Channel #win32asm created Mon Jan 31 21:00:38 2000
11:23 < dila> lo
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11:27 < Dawai> lol it's "dila"
[11:27] [dila] [2:#win32asm(+nst)] [Act: 3,4,5]
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dila
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NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) -- Anna Nicole Smith's lawyer has been authorized to bring in a private pathologist to perform a second autopsy on her son, the head coroner in the Bahamas said Friday.

The reality TV star and former Playboy playmate found her 20-year-old son Daniel Wayne Smith unresponsive Sept. 10 in her hospital room, three days after she gave birth to a daughter. She called for help but doctors were unable to revive him.

The Bahamas coroner's office has termed Daniel Smith's death to be "suspicious." The term, however, meant the cause was not immediately apparent and did not necessarily imply foul play, head coroner Linda Virgill said Thursday. (Watch details emerge on Smith's death and his mother's state of mind -- 3:39)

The family's pathologist will arrive from the United States on Saturday and will perform the autopsy on Sunday, Virgill said. She said Smith's family requested it but did not specify which of her relatives did so.

"It is nothing unusual for families to want their own pathologist to confirm or look for something that may have been overlooked" in the autopsy by the coroner's office, Virgill said.

The results of the official autopsy, which was done Tuesday, have not been released. Virgill said a toxicology test would be completed next week.

A jury inquest, which could lead to the filing of criminal charges, is scheduled to begin October 23. Witnesses including Smith, hospital staff and others who saw her son the night of his death were expected to be summoned.

Police who were called to the Nassau hospital did not find anything in Smith's room to suggest a crime had been committed or evidence of drugs, authorities said. (Full story)

Smith supports the decision to launch an inquest, according to her Bahamian attorney, Michael Scott. "She fully wants this process to take place and she wishes the public to not jump to conclusions and to wait for the conclusion of the proceedings," Scott said Thursday.

Smith, who went to the Bahamas during her pregnancy to avoid media scrutiny, was unable to grant interviews, Scott said.

"She's resting. She's obviously devastated," he said. "It's going to take a long time to heal. She's in seclusion and she wants some privacy."

Police believe Daniel Smith arrived in the Bahamas on September 9 and went directly to Doctors Hospital, a private facility in a stretch of downtown Nassau lined with small office buildings. He spent the night in a room with his mother and one of her attorneys, Howard K. Stern, and was seen tending to his mother and newborn half-sister.

On the morning of September 10, the 38-year-old TV star noticed her son had stopped breathing and called for help, Scott has said. Hospital staff unsuccessfully tried CPR and other measures to revive him. (Watch a doctor describe Smith's reaction to son's death -- 4:14)

When police arrived, the body was on one of two beds in a room packed with doctors, other hospital staff, Anna Nicole Smith and Stern, said Reginald Ferguson, assistant commissioner for the Royal Bahamas Police Force.

Daniel Smith was the son of Anna Nicole and Bill Smith, who married in 1985 and divorced two years later. The son had small roles in her movies "Skyscraper" and "To the Limit." He also appeared several times on the E! reality series "The Anna Nicole Show."

The identity of the father of Smith's daughter has not been released.

Anna Nicole Smith married Texas oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall II in 1994, when she was 26 and he was 89. He died the following year. She then feuded with Marshall's son, Pierce Marshall, over her entitlement to the tycoon's estate before Pierce Marshall died in June at age 67.

An initial judgment of $474 million in her favor was eventually reduced to nothing, although in May the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Smith could continue to pursue her claim in federal courts in California, despite a Texas state court ruling that Marshall's youngest son was the sole heir.

Copyright 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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Stelthz
So I was chillin with this ho in the park last nite eatim a kabab and drinking cider. She is all over me tryin to feel me up and keeps tryin to kiss me and stuff and I say Let me drink my fockin cider!

She sits there all sad and stuff so I say Look baby, I do u a favour and I stand up and get out my cok right and I say I got 2 words for ya.......

SUCK IT!!!

So she starts suckin it while Im drinkin my cider!

A lot of u losers probably go to a chick and let her decide when to give u a blo job right or u r like please will u give me a blo job! but u gotta TELL them biatches and take control like an alpha male!!!

Anyway shes suckin right and this old AFC (AVERAGE FRUSTRATED CHUMP) comes round walkin his dog and hes like what are you doing and stuff. The biatch stops suckin and I tell her to get back down there and carry on and she does.

So Im like talking to this loser while a chick is suckin my dik and i tell him what does it look like, u ponce! and I spit my cider right in his fockin face!

He goes off runnin and screaming and says hes gonna call the pigs on me so I throw my cider bottle and even tho he is real far away it lands on his head and breaks!

Then I do the chick from behind!

When I stop I look down and the AFCs dog has eat my fockin kebab!!!! WANKER!!

I was gonna kick his ass but I dont like cruelty to animals!


http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.ListAll&friendID=62406996
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ShanetheTiger
I'm a modern man, a man for the millennium, digital and smoke-free, a diversified multi-cultural post-modern deconstructionist, politically, anatomically, and ecologically incorrect. I've been uplinked and downloaded, I've been inputted and outsourced, I know the upside of downsizing, I know the downside of upgrading. I'm a high-tech lowlife, a cutting edge state-of-the-art bi-coastal multitasker, and I can give you a gigabyte in a nanosecond. I'm new wave, but I'm old school, and my inner child is outward bound. I'm a hot-wired, heat-seeking, warm-hearted cool customer, voice-activated and biodegradable. I interface with my database, and my database is in cyberspace, so I'm interactive, I'm hyperactive, and from time to time, I'm radioactive. Behind the 8-ball, ahead of the curve, riding the wave, dodging the bullet, pushing the envelope. I'm on point, on task, on message, and off drugs. I got no need for coke and speed. I have no urge to binge and purge. I'm in the moment, on the edge, over the top, but under the radar. A high-concept, low-profile, medium-range ballistics missionary. A street-wise smart bomb, a top-gun bottom-feeder. I wear power ties, I tell power lies, I take power naps, I run victory laps. I'm a totally ongoing bigfoot slamdunk rainmaker with a proactive outreach. A raging workaholic, a working rageaholic, out of rehab and in denial. I got a personal trainer, a personal shopper, a personal assistant, and a personal agenda. You can't shut me up, you can't dumb me down, 'cause I'm tireless, and I'm wireless. I'm an alphamale on beta blockers. I'm a non-believer and an overachiever, laid back, but fashion forward, up front, down home, low rent, high maintenance; super size, long lasting, high definition, fast acting, oven ready, and built to last. I'm a hands-on, footloose, kneejerk headcase, prematurely post-traumatic, and I have a love child who sends me hate mail. But I'm feeling, I'm caring, I'm healing, I'm sharing, a supportive, bonding, nurturing, primary caregiver. My output is down, but my income is up. I take a short position on the long bond, and my revenue stream has its own cash flow. I read junk mail, I eat junk food, I buy junk bonds, I watch trash sports. I'm gender specific, capital intensive, user friendly, and lactose intolerant. I like rough sex, I like tough love, I use the F-word in my e-mails, and the software on my hard drive is hardcore, no soft porn. I bought a microwave at a minimall, I bought a minivan at a megastore, I eat fast food in the slow lane. I'm tollfree, bite size, ready to wear, and I come in all sizes. A fully equipped, factory authorized, hospital tested, clinically proven, scientifically formulated medical miracle. I've been prewashed, precooked, preheated, prescreened, preapproved, prepackeged, postdated, freeze dried, double wrapped, vacuum packed, and I have an unlimited broadband capacity. I'm a rude dude, but I'm the real deal, lean and mean, cocked, locked, and ready to rock; rough, tough, and hard to bluff. I take it slow, I go with the flow, I ride with the tide, I got glide in my stride. Drivin' and movin', sailin' and spinnin', jivin' and groovin', wailin' and winnin'. I don't snooze, so I don't lose. I keep the pedal to the metal and the rubber on the road. I party hardy, and lunch time is crunch time. I'm hangin' in, there ain't no doubt, and I'm hangin' tough, over and out.
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cruzer
Friends of the random summer usuarlly rode bicycles and solved mysteries. Now they sat in the library with stacks of old records around them. They listened on a gramophone. most of the records stored the sound of people speaking, some the sound of birds singing. This library was the saddest place. The friends went outside. Yesterday had been dramatic, but today was going to be ok.
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stage7
<Cthon98> hey, if you type in your pw, it will show as stars
<Cthon98> ********* see!
<AzureDiamond> hunter2
<AzureDiamond> doesnt look like stars to me
<Cthon98> <AzureDiamond> *******
<Cthon98> thats what I see
<AzureDiamond> oh, really?
<Cthon98> Absolutely
<AzureDiamond> you can go hunter2 my hunter2-ing hunter2
<AzureDiamond> haha, does that look funny to you?
<Cthon98> lol, yes. See, when YOU type hunter2, it shows to us as *******
<AzureDiamond> thats neat, I didnt know IRC did that
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Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
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Hyperkinetic disorders ICD-10 F90.
ICD-9 314.00 Inattentive, 314.01 Hyperactive-Impulsive and Combined

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) (sometimes referred to as ADD) is thought to be a neurological disorder, always present from childhood, which manifests itself with symptoms such as hyperactivity, forgetfulness, poor impulse control, and distractibility.[1] In neurological pathology, ADHD is currently considered to be a chronic syndrome for which no medical cure is available. Both children and adults may present with ADHD, which is believed to affect between 3-5% of the population.[2]

Much controversy surrounds the diagnosis of ADHD, such as over whether or not the diagnosis denotes a disability in its traditional sense, or simply describes a neurological property of an individual. There is also a sizable minority of clinicians who believe that the condition is not biological, but psychological in origin. Those who believe that ADHD is a traditional disability or disorder often debate over how it should be treated, if at all. According to a majority of medical research in the United States, as well as other countries, ADHD is today generally regarded to be a non-curable neurological disorder for which, however, a wide range of effective treatments are available. Methods of treatment usually involve some combination of medication, psychotherapy, and other techniques. Some patients are able to control their symptoms over time, even without the use of medication. Other individuals who meet the diagnostic criteria of ADHD do not consider themselves to be handicapped by the disorder and therefore may remain undiagnosed or, after a positive diagnosis, untreated.

ADHD is most commonly diagnosed in children. When diagnosed in adults, it is regarded as adult attention-deficit disorder (AADD). It is believed that around 60% of children diagnosed with ADHD retain the disorder as adults.[3] A recent Washington University in St.Louis study indicated that nearly 50% of ADHD cases in America are not recieving treatment. This stands in stark contrast to the claims that the condition is overdiagnosed.[4]
Contents
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* 1 Terminology
* 2 Definitions
* 3 Symptoms
* 4 Diagnosis
o 4.1 Analytical Testing
o 4.2 Clinical Testing
o 4.3 Computerized tests
o 4.4 Brain scans
* 5 Incidence
* 6 Possible causes
o 6.1 Hereditary dopamine deficiency
o 6.2 Diet
o 6.3 External Factors
+ 6.3.1 Smoking during pregnancy
+ 6.3.2 Head injuries
* 7 Treatment
o 7.1 Mainstream treatments
o 7.2 Alternative treatments
+ 7.2.1 Nutrition
+ 7.2.2 Coaching
+ 7.2.3 Other alternatives
* 8 Controversy
o 8.1 Skepticism towards ADHD as a diagnosis
o 8.2 Parental role
* 9 Positive aspects
* 10 History
* 11 See also
* 12 Footnotes
* 13 Further reading
* 14 External links

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Terminology

The most appropriate designation of ADHD is currently disputed; the terms below are known to be used to describe the condition. A difficulty in the condition's nomenclature arises when some scientific research suggests that certain behaviors are directly attributable to ADHD, while other research concludes that the same behaviors constitute disorders that need to be classified independently of ADHD. For the purposes of this article, the "Terminology" section will be used only to name ADHD and its near equivalents, while the names for its manifestations and subtypes will be listed in "Symptoms" section, below.

* Attention-deficit syndrome (ADS): Equivalent to ADHD, but used to avoid the connotations of "disorder".
* Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): In 1987, ADD was in effect renamed to ADHD in the DSM-III-R. In it, ADHD was broken down into three subtypes (see 'symptoms' for more details):
o predominantly inattentive ADHD
o predominantly hyperactive-impulsive ADHD
o combined type ADHD

* Attention deficit disorder (ADD): This term was first introduced in DSM-III, the 1980 edition. It is considered by some to be obsolete, and by others to be a synonym for the predominantly inattentive type of ADHD.

* Undifferentiated attention-deficit disorder (UADD): This term was first introduced in the DSM-III-R, the 1987 edition. This was a miscellaneous category, and no formal diagnostic criteria were provided. UADD is approximately the predominantly inattentive type of ADHD in the DSM-IV-TR. The DSM-III-R diagnosis of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder required hyperactive-impulsive symptoms in addition to the inattentive symptoms.

* Hyperkinetic disorders (F90) is the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD) equivalent to ADHD. The ICD-10 does not include a predominantly inattentive type of ADHD because the editors of Chapter V of the ICD-10 believe the inattentivity syndrome may constitute a distinct disorder.
o Disturbance of activity and attention (F90.0)
o Hyperkinetic conduct disorder (F90.1) is a mixed disorder involving hyperkinetic symptoms along with presence of conduct disorder
o Other hyperkinetic disorders (F90.8)
o Hyperkinetic disorder, unspecified (F90.9)

* Hyperkinetic syndrome (HKS): Equivalent to ADHD, but largely obsolete in the United States, still used in some places world wide.

* Minimal cerebral dysfunction (MCD): Equivalent to ADHD, but largely obsolete in the United States, though still commonly used internationally.
* Minimal brain dysfunction or Minimal brain damage (MBD): Similar to ADHD, now obsolete.

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Definitions

From a developmental/behavioral standpoint, the DSM-IV states that ADHD is a developmental disorder that presents during childhood, in most cases before the age of seven, and is characterized by developmentally inappropriate levels of inattention and/or hyperactive-impulsive behavior. The DSM-IV also stipulates that in order to be diagnosed, the condition must also result in significant impairment of one or more major life activities, including interpersonal relations, educational or occupational goals, as well as cognitive or adaptive functioning. ADHD may be also diagnosed in adulthood, but symptoms must have been present prior to age seven in order to yield a positive diagnosis.

The ICD-10 differs from the DSM-IV in that it requires both inattention and hyperactive-impulsive behavior to be present before a diagnosis is warranted.[5]

The Amen classification is an informal definition and categorisation system which reorganises and extends the DSM-IV. It is not widely accepted as a formal classification, although it is still used by many doctors wordwide.
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Symptoms

The symptoms of ADHD fall into the following two broad categories:[6]

Inattention:

1. Failing to pay close attention to details or making careless mistakes when doing schoolwork or other activities
2. Trouble keeping attention focused during play or tasks
3. Appearing not to listen when spoken to
4. Failing to follow instructions or finish tasks
5. Avoiding tasks that require a high amount of mental effort and organization, such as school projects
6. Frequently losing items required to facilitate tasks or activities, such as school supplies
7. Excessive distractibility
8. Forgetfulness

Hyperactivity-impulsive behavior

1. Fidgeting with hands or feet or squirming in seat
2. Leaving seat often, even when inappropriate
3. Running or climbing at inappropriate times
4. Difficulty in quiet play
5. Frequently feeling restless
6. Excessive speech
7. Mood swings
8. Answering a question before the speaker has finished
9. Failing to await one's turn
10. Interrupting the activities of others at inappropriate times

A positive diagnosis is usually only made if the patient has experienced six of the above symptoms for at least three months. Symptoms must appear consistently in varied environments (e.g., not only at home or only at school) and interfere with function. One of the difficulties in diagnosis is the incidence of co-morbid conditions, especially the presence of Bipolar Disorder which is being reported at earlier ages than previously described.

Children who grow up with ADHD often continue to have symptoms as they grow into adulthood. Adults face some of their greatest challenges in the areas of self-control and self-motivation, as well as executive functioning (also known as working memory). If the patient is not treated appropriately, co-morbid conditions, such as depression, anxiety and self-medicating substance abuse may present as well. If a patient presents with such conditions as well, the co-morbid condition may be treated first, or simultaneously.
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Diagnosis

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) emphasize that a diagnosis of ADHD should only be made by trained health care providers, as many of the symptoms may also be part of other conditions, such as bodily illness or other physical disorders, such as hyperthyroidism. Further, it is not uncommon that physically and mentally nonpathological individuals exhibit at least some of the symptoms from time to time. Severity and pervasiveness of the symptoms leading to prominent functional impairment across different settings (school, work, social relationships) are major factors in a positive diagnosis.
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Analytical Testing

Due to the lack of objectivity that surrounds the critical factors, many question the reliability of ADHD diagnosis. The American Academy of Pediatrics Clinical Practice publishes guidelines to aid providers in making an objective diagnosis, but even if strictly adhered to, doubt still remains among some patients, as well as providers. Other diagnostic methods, such as those involving magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), may detect the presence of ADHD by analyzing images of the patient's brain, are usually not recommended (see brain scans). In a majority of cases, diagnosis is therefore dependent upon the observations and opinions of those who are close to the patient; in many patients, especially as they approach adulthood, self-diagnosis is not uncommon.

Publications that are designed to analyze a person's behavior, such as the Brown Scale or the Conners Scale, for example, attempt to assist parents and providers in making a diagnosis by evaluating an individual on typical behaviors such as "Hums or makes other odd noises", "Daydreams" and "Acts 'smart'"; the scales rating the pervasiveness of these behaviors range from "never" to "very often". Connors states that, based on the scale, a valid diagnosis can be achieved; critics, however, counter Connors' proposition by pointing out the breadth with which these behaviors may be interpreted. This becomes especially relevant when family and cultural norms are taken into consideration; this premise leads to the assumption that a diagnosis based on such a scale may actually be more subjective than objective (see cultural subjectivism).
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Clinical Testing

The American Academy of Pediatrics Clinical Practice Guideline for children with ADHD emphasizes that a reliable diagnosis requires:[7]

1. The use of explicit criteria for the diagnosis using the DSM-IV-TR.
2. The importance of obtaining information about the child’s symptoms in more than one setting (especially from schools).
3. The search for coexisting conditions that may make the diagnosis more difficult or complicate treatment planning.

A proper diagnosis is dependent upon a physician fulfilling all three of these criteria. The first criteria can be satisfied by using an ADHD-specific instrument such as the Conners Scale. The second criteria is best fulfilled by examining the individual's history. This history can be obtained from parents and teachers, or a patient's memory.[8] The requirement that symptoms be present in more than one setting is very important because the problem may not be with the child, but instead with teachers or parents who are too demanding. The use of intelligence and psychological testing (to satisfy the third criteria) is essential in order to find or rule out other factors that might be causing or complicating the problems experienced by the patient.[9]
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Computerized tests

Computerized tests of attention are not especially helpful in providing a further independent assessment because they have a high rate of false negatives (real cases of ADHD can pass the tests in 35% or more of cases) (Barkley, 2006) they do not correlate well with actual behavioral problems at home or school, and are not especially helpful in determining treatments. Both the American Academy of Pediatrics and American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry have recommended against the use of such computerized tests for now in view of their lack of appropriate scientific validation as diagnostic tools. In the USA, the process of obtaining referrals for such assessments is being promoted vigorously by the President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health.
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Brain scans

Neurometrics, PET scans, FMRI, or SPECT scans have the potential to provide a more objective diagnosis. However, these are not typically suitable for very young children, and PET and SPECT scans may unnecessarily expose the patient to small amounts of radiation. Because the etiology of the disorder is unknown, and a complete neurological definition of this disorder is lacking, a majority of clinicians doubt the current predictive power of these objective tests to detect ADHD to be used to direct clinical treatment. An October 2005 meta-analysis by Alan Zametkin, M.D., with the NIMH, concluded that these diagnostic methods lack adequate scientific research on accuracy and specificity to be used as a primary diagnostic tool.[10] They remain, however, useful research tools when studying groups of patients with ADHD.
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Incidence

ADHD has been found to exist in every country and culture studied to date. While it is most commonly diagnosed in the United States, rates of diagnosis are rising in most industrialized countries as they become more aware of the disorder, its diagnosis, and its management.

Nearly four million children younger than 18 in the United States had been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The prevalence among children is estimated to be in the range of 5% to 8% in children, and 4% to 8% in adults. 10% of males, but only 4% of females have been diagnosed.[11]. This apparent sex difference may either reflect a difference in susceptibility or that females with ADHD are less likely to be diagnosed than males.[12][13]

The ADHD treatment rate among Caucasian children is significantly higher than among African and Hispanic Americans (4.4% Caucasian, 1.7% African, 1.5% Hispanic in 1997)[14]. The same study notes that outpatient treatment for ADHD has grown from 0.9 children per 100 (1987) to 3.4 per 100 (1997).

A recent Washington University in St. Louis study indicated that almost 50% of ADHD cases in America may not be detected and treated. This lies in stark contrast to the claim the the condition is overmedicated.[15]
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Possible causes

The exact cause of ADHD remains unknown, but there is no shortage of speculation concerning its etiology [16][17], most of which centers around the brain. The cerebellum in particular has been shown to be smaller in the brains of those with this disorder.[18] Another possible culprit is a region in the middle or medial aspect of the frontal lobe, known as the anterior cingulate cortex division.[19] The source of these differences is not yet known, but some hypotheses have been presented.
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Hereditary dopamine deficiency

Research suggests that ADHD arises from a combination of various genes, many of which have something to do with dopamine transporters.[20] Suspect genes include the 10-repeat allele of the DAT1 gene,[21] the 7-repeat allele of the DRD4 gene,[22] and the dopamine beta hydroxylase gene (DBH TaqI).[23] Additionally, SPECT scans found people with ADHD to have reduced blood circulation,[24] and a significantly higher concentration of dopamine transporters in the striatum which is in charge of planning ahead.[25]
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Diet

It has long been suggested that ADHD could be the result of a nutritional problem. Recent studies have begun to find metabolic differences in these children, indicating that an inability to handle certain elements of one's diet might contribute to the development of ADHD, or at least ADHD-like symptoms. For example, in 1990 the English chemist, Neil Ward,[26] showed that children with ADHD lose zinc when exposed to a food dye. Some studies suggest that a lack of fatty acids, specifically omega-3 fatty acids can trigger the development of ADHD. Support for this theory comes from findings that children who are breastfed for six or more months seem to be less likely to have ADHD than their bottlefed counterparts and until very recently, infant formula did not contain any omega-3 fatty acids at all.[27] Time and futher investigation will perhaps tell whether this correlation is reliable or merely a coincidence.

Despite the uncertainty of nutrition as a cause of ADHD it does play a role in the diagnosis and treatment of the disorder. Certain dietary issues, most commonly a moderate to severe protein deficiency, can cause symptoms consistent with ADHD.[28]
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External Factors

There is no compelling evidence that social factors, alone, can create ADHD. (However, see discussion of parental role in section below) The few environmental factors implicated fall in the realm of biohazards including alcohol, tobacco smoke, and lead poisoning. Allergies (including those to artificial additives)[29] as well as complications during pregnancy and birth--including premature birth--might also play a role.
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Smoking during pregnancy

It has been observed that women who smoke while pregnant are more likely to have children with ADHD.[30]. Nicotine is known to cause hypoxia (lack of oxygen) in the uterus, which could lead to brain damage in the unborn child. Smoking could therefore play a major role in the child's development of the disorder prior to birth.
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Head injuries

Head injuries may cause a person to present with ADHD-like symptoms, possibly because of damage done to the patient's frontal lobes. Because symptoms were attributable to brain damage, the earliest designation for ADHD was "Minimal Brain Damage". [31]
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Treatment

There are many options available to treat people diagnosed with ADHD. The options with the greatest scientific support include a variety of medications, behavior modification, and educational interventions. The results of a large randomized controlled trial[32][33] suggested that medication alone is superior to behavioral therapy alone, but that the combination of behavioral therapy and medication has a small additional benefit over medication alone.
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Mainstream treatments
The chemical structure of methylphenidate, better known as Ritalin. Ritalin is one of the most popular treatments for ADHD currently on the market.
The chemical structure of methylphenidate, better known as Ritalin. Ritalin is one of the most popular treatments for ADHD currently on the market.

The first-line medication used to treat ADHD are mostly stimulants, which work by stimulating the areas of the brain responsible for focus, attention, and impulse control. The use of stimulants to treat a syndrome often characterized by hyperactivity is sometimes referred to as a paradoxical effect. But there is no real paradox in that stimulants activate brain inhibitory and self-organizing mechanisms permitting the individual to have greater self-regulation. The stimulants used include:

* Methylphenidate — Available in:
o Regular formulation, sold as Ritalin, Metadate, Focalin (different in that it is derived from dexmethylphenidate, the d-isomer), or Methylin. Duration: 4–6 hours per dose. Usually taken morning, lunchtime, and in some cases, afternoon.
o Long acting formulation, sold as Ritalin LA, Metadate ER. Duration: 6–8 hours per dose. Usually taken twice daily.
o All-day formulation, sold as Ritalin SR, Metadate CD, Concerta (Methylphenidate Hydrochloride), Focalin XR and Daytrana (patch). Duration: 10–12 hours per dose. Usually taken once a day.
* Amphetamines —
o Dextroamphetamine — A
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