Neurofeedback gains attention as ADHD treatment

09/11/2009 | U.S. News & World Report

Neurofeedback to retrain the brain to produce electrical patterns linked with calm and focus is being used to treat children with ADHD. Supporters assert the treatment may actually cure ADHD, while critics contend that studies investigating the therapy have not met standards for rigorous design.

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