Dr. Newmark’s ADHD Lecture Reaches Over 3 Million People

Thanks to UCTV and their relationship with iTunesU, the video of Dr. Sanford Newmark’s Lunchtime Lecture entitled “Do 2.5 Million Children Really Need Ritalin? An Integrative Approach to ADHD” has now been viewed by over 3 million people! iTunesU has featured a series of UC lectures on The Human Brain on their homepage, and Dr. Newmark’s lecture has the second highest ratings in that series.

Dr. Newmark is the head of the Osher Center’s Neurodevelomental Pediatrics practice, which specializes in treating children with autism, ADHD, and related conditions. He has also authored the popular book “ADHD Without Drugs: A Guide to the Natural Care of Children with ADHD,” and was recently interviewed on NPR station KQED’s Forum.

Also on that list in seventh place, with over 1 million views, is another Osher Center lecture, part of the Pritzker Lecture Series, Dr. Ronald Dahl speaking on “Adolescent Brain Development: Understanding Unique Opportunities for Early-Intervention & Prevention.”

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  1. Alternatives to medication can definitely be a big help in treating ADHD, in children and adults alike. It is nice to see a doctor that respects the role of medication and does not make inflammatory comments about medication being “evil.” adultswithadd.net has a bunch of great links to resources on managing ADHD.

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