I always thought that Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) was a kid’s condition. You’d often hear about it in the context of some kids complaining that their classmates got special permission to—what they claimed was unfairly—take their tests and SATs untimed. Recently, though, a galley for a new book due out in February crossed my desk. It’s titled <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Fast-Minds-Thrive-Think-Might/dp/0425252833/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1356644047&sr=8-1&keywords=fast+minds"><i>FAST MINDS</i></a>, and written by noted Harvard psychiatrist Dr. Craig Surman and Dr. Tim Bilkey, founder of the The Bilkey ADHD Clinic for Women in Toronto. I learned that 4% of the adult population has full-blown ADHD and many more (10%) have enough of its traits to keep them from performing to the best of their ability.
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