In this Healthed lecture, Associate Professor Wayne Warburton will provide insights into the nature and prevalence of the problem and, importantly, will also suggest strategies to help prevent and manage screen overuse/video gaming disorders in children.
Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects 2.5–5% of people. Less than half of people with ADHD have been diagnosed and treated – though more and more people are presenting for help.
Plasma biomarkers have now been clinically validated, which could make biological diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease more accessible. Previously MRI, PET scanning or CSF assays were needed to make a biological diagnosis.