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Big Hopes for 2016: Students With Learning and Attention Issues Share Their Goals

The New Year is a great time for kids with learning and attention issues to set goals and get inspired about the future. We asked seven students in middle school through college to share their hopes for 2016. The students are all part of the Eye to Eye mentoring network. Here’s what they said.

Possible Causes of ADHD

ADHD is one of the most common childhood brain-based conditions. Researchers still don’t know the exact cause, but they do know that genes, differences in brain development and some outside factors like prenatal exposure to smoking might play a role. Find out more.

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