The data of over 2,000 female participants during 8 to 13 weeks of pregnancy were examined.
The study, conducted by Brown University, shines a new light into our understanding of cognitive mechanisms and the importance of psychostimulants among individuals with disorders like ADHD.
Caffeine, a commonly used stimulant drug for alertness and focus, may substantially improve problem-solving abilities, but reduce creative thinking, a new study finds.
A team of researchers has found that certain medications prescribed to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) could induce psychosis among adolescents. The study evaluated common drug treatments like amphetamines and methylphenidates.