ADHD children fidget to help them focus

05/29/2009 | Greenwich Time (Conn.)

Researchers found children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder need to fidget to focus, similar to the way adults drink caffeine to concentrate. The study showed the boys fidgeted during tasks that tested their "working memory," but sat still while watching a movie, when they did not need to concentrate.

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