Time 14 March 2014Over the course of my career, I have found more than 20 conditions that can lead to symptoms of ADHD, each of which requires its own approach to treatment. Raising a generation of children — and now adults — who can’t live without stimulants is no solutionThis Wednesday, an article in the New York Times reported that from 2008 to 2012 the number of adults taking medications for ADHD increased by 53% and that among young American adults, it nearly doubled. While this is a staggering statistic and points to younger generations becoming frequently reliant on stimulants, frankly, I’m not too surprised. Over my 50-year career in behavioral neurology and treating patients with ADHD, it has been in the past decade that I have seen these diagnoses truly skyrocket. Every day my colleagues and I see more and more people coming in claiming they have trouble paying attention at school or work and diagnosing themselves with ADHD.And why shouldn’t they?If someone finds it difficult to pay attention or feels somewhat hyperactive, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder has those symptoms right there in its name. It’s an easy catchall phrase that saves time for doctors to boot. But can we really lump all these people together? What if there are other things causing people to feel distracted? I don’t deny that we, as a population, are more distracted today than we ever were before. And I don’t deny that some of these patients who are distracted and impulsive need help. What I do deny is the generally accepted definition of ADHD, which is long overdue for an update. In short, I’ve come to believe based on decades of treating patients that ADHD — as currently defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and as understood in the public imagination — does not exist.Allow me to explain what I mean.Ever since 1937, when Dr. Charles Bradley discovered that children who displayed symptoms of attention deficit and hyperactivity responded well to Benzedrine, a stimulant, we have been thinking about this “disorder” in almost the same way. Soon after Bradley’s discovery, the medical community began labeling children with these symptoms as having minimal brain dysfunction, or MBD, and treating them with the stimulants Ritalin and Cylert. In the intervening years, the DSM changed the label numerous times, from hyperkinetic reaction of childhood (it wasn’t until 1980 that the DSM-III introduced a classification for adults with the condition) to the current label, ADHD. But regardless of the label, we have been giving patients different variants of stimulant medication to cover up the symptoms. You’d think that after decades of advancements in neuroscience, we would shift our thinking.Today, the fifth edition of the DSM only requires one to exhibit five of 18 possible symptoms to qualify for an ADHD diagnosis. If you haven’t seen the list, look it up. It will probably bother you. How many of us can claim that we have difficulty with organization or a tendency to lose things; that we are frequently forgetful or distracted or fail to pay close attention to details? Under these subjective criteria, the entire U.S. population could potentially qualify. We’ve all had these moments, and in moderate amounts they’re a normal part of the human condition.However, there are some instances in which attention symptoms are severe enough that patients truly need help. Over the course of my career, I have found more than 20 conditions that can lead to symptoms of ADHD, each of which requires its own approach to treatment. Among these are sleep disorders, undiagnosed vision and hearing problems, substance abuse (marijuana and alcohol in particular), iron deficiency, allergies (especially airborne and gluten intolerance), bipolar and major depressive disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and even learning disabilities like dyslexia, to name a few. Anyone with these issues will fit the ADHD criteria outlined by the DSM, but stimulants are not the way to treat them.What’s so bad about stimulants? you might wonder. They seem to help a lot of people, don’t they? The article in the Times mentions that the “drugs can temper hallmark symptoms like severe inattention and hyperactivity but also carry risks like sleep deprivation, appetite suppression and, more rarely, addiction and hallucinations.” But this is only part of the picture.First, addiction to stimulant medication is not rare; it is common. The drugs’ addictive qualities are obvious. We only need to observe the many patients who are forced to periodically increase their dosage if they want to concentrate. This is because the body stops producing the appropriate levels of neurotransmitters that ADHD meds replace — a trademark of addictive substances. I worry that a generation of Americans won’t be able to concentrate without this medication; Big Pharma is understandably not as concerned.Second, there are many side effects to ADHD medication that most people are not aware of: increased anxiety, irritable or depressed mood, severe weight loss due to appetite suppression, and even potential for suicide. But there are also consequences that are even less well known. For example, many patients on stimulants report having erectile dysfunction when they are on the medication.Third, stimulants work for many people in the short term, but for those with an underlying condition causing them to feel distracted, the drugs serve as Band-Aids at best, masking and sometimes exacerbating the source of the problem.In my view, there are two types of people who are diagnosed with ADHD: those who exhibit a normal level of distraction and impulsiveness, and those who have another condition or disorder that requires individual treatment.For my patients who are in the first category, I recommend that they eat right, exercise more often, get eight hours of quality sleep a night, minimize caffeine intake in the afternoon, monitor their cell-phone use while they’re working and, most important, do something they’re passionate about. Like many children who act out because they are not challenged enough in the classroom, adults whose jobs or class work are not personally fulfilling or who don’t engage in a meaningful hobby will understandably become bored, depressed and distracted. In addition, today’s rising standards are pressuring children and adults to perform better and longer at school and at work. I too often see patients who hope to excel on four hours of sleep a night with help from stimulants, but this is a dangerous, unhealthy and unsustainable way of living over the long term.For my second group of patients with severe attention issues, I require a full evaluation to find the source of the problem. Usually, once the original condition is found and treated, the ADHD symptoms go away.It’s time to rethink our understanding of this condition, offer more thorough diagnostic work and help people get the right treatment for attention deficit and hyperactivity.Dr. Richard Saul is a behavioral neurologist practicing in the Chicago area. His book, ADHD Does Not Exist, is published by HarperCollins.http://time.com/25370/doctor-adhd-does-not-exist/
highlights Joshna Chinappa is the defending champion.Saurav Ghosal entered the final of the Asian Squash Championship last year.This was Ghosal’s maiden title in the Asian Squash Championship. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Kuala Lumpur: In a memorable day for India, Saurav Ghosal and Joshna Chinappa won the individual titles in the Asian Squash Championship in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. Joshna Chinappa, the second seed, successfully defended her title, beating the top seed Annie Au of Hong Kong 11-5, 8-11, 11-6, 11-6 in the summit clash. Ghosal, the top seed and finalist last year, ensured there was no slip this time when he downed the fourth seed Leo Au Chun Ming, also of Hong Kong, in straight games 11-9, 11-2, 11-8. It easily was one of Joshna’s most memorable matches. Only last month in the Macau Open, Annie had beaten her in straight games for her 12th win in 20 meetings between the two. In fact, not since September 2017 in the Hong Kong International Open has Joshna tasted success against the Hong Kong player. All that was set aside as the Indian played with a fixity of purpose and with a lot of conviction. She slipped in the second to send jitters in the Indian camp but recovered superbly to beat all of Annie’s designs and carve out a win. “I thought I really played well in the final. I had lost to Annie a few times prior to this. So I had come prepared, and the court and the conditions helped. More importantly, I found the length and that was the key and yes I am very happy to defend the title,” Joshna said after the win.RELATED Ghosal, on his part, never allowed anything to go astray as he meticulously worked his way to a convincing win. Except for the first and to some extent in the third, there was little that the Hong Kong player could do in terms of a fight as Ghosal covered himself with glory, his maiden success at this level. “Happy to win the Asian title for the first time. I had come close in the past but did not cross the line then. So it is hugely satisfying to finally win it for India. Overall a good week of squash for me squash wise. Great day for India and hopefully this will lead to further success in the near future,” Ghosal said.
Charleston alone in 1st after 68-50 win over William & Mary February 6, 2020 Associated Press ___Elements of this story were generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Nathan Knight had 28 points and 18 rebounds for the Tribe (16-9, 8-4). It was Knight’s 19th double-double of the season, best in the nation.The Cougars leveled the season series against the Tribe with the win. William & Mary defeated College of Charleston 67-56 on Jan. 11. College of Charleston plays Elon at home on Saturday. William & Mary plays UNC Wilmington on the road on Saturday.___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditCHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Brevin Galloway had a career-high 23 points as Charleston topped William & Mary 68-50 on Thursday night and the Cougars took over sole possession of first place in the Colonial Athletic Association.Sam Miller had 13 points for Charleston (15-9, 9-3 Colonial Athletic Conference). Grant Riller added 10 points.William & Mary scored 22 second-half points, a season low for the team.
Joseph Stanislaus SOLOMON, AA, was born at Port Mourant, Corentyne, Berbice, British Guiana on August 26, 1930, the third of four sons and one daughter.Born to John Solomon, an employee of the Port Mourant Sugar Estate. Joe and his loving wife, Betty– now deseased– are the proud parents of four sons and two daughters and grandkids.He followed his father in being employed at the Port Mourant Sugar Estate, as a clerk in his youth. As a member of the Port Mourant Cricket team, he captained them in the senior division cricket competitions in Berbice. He would later be employed as a National Coach for Booker Sugar Estates/GUYSUCO.As a young boy, batting right handed from # 1 to # 6 positions in the line-up and occasionally bowling right-arm leg spin, Solomon learned to play cricket at Port Mourant, in company with the great Rohan B. Kanhai, CCH; Basil F. Butcher, AA; Ivan S. Madray–all former Test cricketers– and a number of other kids.Their bats were made of coconut branch or wood and the balls were fashioned from condensed milk tin, balata and a variety of other round object; however, they would later start using sponge balls or discarded cricket balls.Solomon first represented Berbice in 1955, under the captaincy of retired testite, Robert Christiani, at the inter-county level when they opposed Essequibo and Demerara in the Inter-county tournament for the Jones Cup at Bourda.He went on to captain Berbice in this tournament in 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964 and 1965. In 1960, Solomon also captained Berbice in a 3-day First Class match versus the MCC at Rose Hall Canje, when he made his highest First Class score of 201 not out.He again captained Berbice at Rose Hall, Canje, in a 3-day match versus an E.W.Swanton XI at the same venue in 1961. He captained British Guiana/Guyana at the regional and international levels on numerous occasions. He first represented British Guiana in 1957 and scored successive hundreds while batting in his first three matches to mark a wonderful start of a brilliant First Class career.He made his test debut on December 12, 1958 for the West Indies, being the 5th Berbician and 5th member of the Port Mourant Cricket Club to do so. He was also the 5th British Guianese to make his test debut for the West Indies within a period of nineteen months between 1957 and 1958. The others being Rohan B. Kanhai, Lancelot Richard Gibbs, CCH; Ivan Samuel Madray and Basil F. Butcher, AA. This group was popularly known as the Phenomenal Five.He was hailed world-wide as the most dependable batsman of his time and the best fieldsman too. In the tied Test, West Indies vs Australia at Brisbane, in 1960, six Australians were run out in the match, three in the first innings and three in the second innings, with Solomon accounting for one is the first innings. In the second innings, Conrad Hunte, with a direct throw to the wicketkeeper from deep mid-wicket, ran out the first Australian during the latter part of the match.Solomon followed by running out a second Australian with a direct throw to the wicket from cover point. Finally, with the scores tied, Solomon swooped in from square leg with one stump in view and in one motion threw down the wicket for his third run out of the match. A miss of the stumps from square leg would have given Australia victory.Both the players and spectators exploded in wild jubilation as though the West Indies had won the match. The Australians showed their love in wild celebration as they escorted Captain Sir Frank Worrell and his team in a loud motorcade to the airport for their departure from Brisbane.After the death of Glendon Gibbs, who was then serving as the Guyana Cricket Board Secretary, in February 1979, Solomon was appointed Acting Secretary, and when President Berkley Gaskin passed on in May, 1979, Berbice Cricket Board president and 1st Vice President of the Guyana Cricket Board, Lennox Phillips, was appointed Acting President of the Guyana Cricket Board until the Annual General Meeting in September, 1979. When Solomon was elected President, serving until August 1980, when he was succeeded by Major /General Norman Mc Lean with then Deputy Commissioner of Police, Balram Raghubir as secretary. Solomon also served as Selection Committee Chairman, Guyana Representative on the West Indies Cricket Board and Regional Selector while serving on the Guyana Cricket Board. During his term as Coach at the Guyana Sugar Estates, access to all Sugar Estate grounds, housing and facilities were readily available for all levels of cricket. It was also during his term as a Selector that all cricketers knew that they would be fairly considered for selection to the National or West Indies team.He was honored by the Government of Guyana with the Golden Arrow of Achievement( AA). In 2008, he was inducted into the Berbice Cricket Board Cricket Hall of Fame. In 2009, he was inducted into the Port Mourant Cricket Club Hall of Fame. In 2018, Solomon was honored by the Berbice Cricket Board with its Tribute to Hero Award. He is a member of the Phenomenal Five and Berbice All time cricket team.His service to the sport has been long, dedicated and of an exceptionally high quality and he is worthy of 10,000 accolades.Career Span 1956 to 1973.Here are his stats:Batting and fielding averagesMat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 CtTests 27 46 7 1326 100* 34 1 9 13First-class104156285318201*41.54122746List A210111001Bowling averages MatInnsBallsRuns WktsBBIBBMAveEconSRTests27147022684 1/20 1/23672.29175.5First-class104 36591950514/.28 38.233.1971.7List A2 1291 1/9 1/994.512Now that he is in the nervous 90’s, no one knows more than Joe how to reach 100; as a coach he will tell you to first communicate with your partner. You should only be defending your wicket, let the wide balls go, push through the gaps and drive the balls that are there to be driven. Run ones and twos and hope for the fours.Hit everything on the carpet. Forget the lofted drives, the threes and the sixes. Like Joe, you will get there. Yes, you can.We love, admire and respect you Joe. You are our Hero, have a Happy Birthday, keep smiling. Mortimer GeorgeSecretary, Berbice Cricket Board– 1976 to 1983. 1987 Life Member BCBCaption: Former Guyana and West Indies batsman, Joe SolomonPhoto saved: Joe Solomon
Tarkwa-based golfer Kojo Barnni produced a splendid performance to win the 2018 Gold Fields PGA championship held at Damang Golf Course last week. Barnni, a pro teaching golfer at the Tarkwa golf club, retained the title he won last year with a total gross score of 279 in 72 holes over four days. Former champions Amos Korblah and Vincent Torgah finished second and third respectively. Barnni was given GHS 35,000.00 and also decorated with a jacket symbolizing the reigning Champion of the biggest professional golf tour in Ghana. Speaking to the media after being crowned champion, Barnni expressed his excitement at finishing the year with a trophy. “This is my fourth competition of the year and I managed to become third, fourth and fifth in all of them. So my target was to finish first in this competition and I am happy I was able to achieve it,” he said. —
MORE FROM TEAMRANKINGS: NCAA Tournament Prediction ToolEditor’s Note: This analysis is from TeamRankings.com, which provides data-driven NCAA bracket picks and tools. Last year, 63 percent of TeamRankings subscribers reported winning a prize in a bracket pool.March Madness 2019: NCAA Tournament bracket pool tips, adviceOften, taking a value-driven approach to your bracket means identifying a No. 3, 4, or 5 seed that is being hugely underrated by the public but still has a solid shot to make the Final Four or beyond. Picking that type of team to make a deep run is usually pretty solid advice (especially for bigger pools) — but not this year.Successful value picking strategy depends heavily on the specific characteristics of each year’s bracket, and in short, 2019 looks like a terrible year for sleeper picks.Want proof? As of Monday afternoon, here are the eight teams with the best futures odds to win this year’s NCAA tournament, according to one of the most respected offshore sports books:No. 1 DukeNo. 1 GonzagaNo. 1 VirginiaNo. 1 UNCNo. 2 Michigan StateNo. 2 MichiganNo. 2 TennesseeNo. 2 KentuckyThat almost never happens.MORE TEAMRANKINGS: Four overrated Sweet 16 picksMarch Madness 2019: Are there any good “sleeper” picks?Ultimately, if you get too cute with your bracket picks this year, you’ll be taking some huge risks. The chance that a non-No. 1 or 2 seed wins it all is much lower this year than in many past years. Consider these facts:This year, according to our bracket projections, the best chance for a No. 3 seed or worse to win the NCAA championship is No. 3 Texas Tech — but its odds are just 2.4 percent. Last year, No. 3 Michigan State had 5.9-percent title odds, more than twice as good. In 2014, No. 4 Louisville had a 10.9-percent title odds, over four times as good.Based on our pre-tournament projections since 2011, this is only the third season in which no team seeded No. 3 or worse has had at least a three-percent chance to win the title.According to our simulations, there’s a whopping 68-percent chance that a No. 1 seed wins the 2019 NCAA tournament this year. That’s the single highest percentage chance of that outcome occurring in the past nine years. Last year, in comparison, those odds were only 42 percent, and No. 1 Villanova ending up doing it.You get the point. So, what are the implications for a winning bracket strategy?In short, the successful application of value picking to this year’s bracket will likely involve figuring out which of the top-seeded teams are the right ones to “bet on” in your bracket. There are eight solid teams on the top two seed lines, including some value picks among that bunch. Smart NCAA Tournament pickers know that choosing favorites to win every game isn’t necessarily the best way to win your March Madness bracket pool. To maximize your edge, you need to identify value and/or upset picks — good teams that are flying under the radar of the general public (i.e. your opponents).Picking unpopular teams gives you an extra boost in your pool standings when those picks win. Especially if you’re in a bigger pool competing against dozens or hundreds of brackets, “fading the public” in the right spots is what often separates a decent bracket from a prize-winning bracket. The sleeper teams this year just look too damn risky, when, according to the betting markets, a team like Duke has more than 10 times the odds to win than any No. 3 seed or worse. (Duke’s also an extremely popular pick this year, though, which is a negative.)We’ve crunched all the numbers to figure out this year’s best picks for small pools, large pools, and all types of different scoring systems. If you’re interested in seeing the bracket that will give you the best chance to win your pool, please check our product: NCAA Bracket Picks from TeamRankings.Since 2017, TeamRankings subscribers have reporting winning over $1.1 million in bracket pool prizes.
Each of the 55 member states of UEFA will get the payment in the amount of one million euros from the European football federation, said its president Aleksander Čeferin at a one-day congress of UEFA in Helsinki.Čeferin explained that such a payment is possible due to the “excellent financial results of representations”.“The role of UEFA is not to accumulate wealth, but to help its members and supports the development of football,” said Čeferin.Season 2015/2016 ended with 102.1 million euros of profit, which includes the European Championships in France making its reserves to climb to 633 million euros.Moreover, Čeferin also said that he will not allow the closer of Super League, saying that “money has no power.”He warned the biggest leagues of Europe that UEFA has no intention to give up upon blackmails, promising redesign of the football on the Old Continent in the next five years.(Source: N1)
Girls:Â Monday, 7 p.m. â€” #8 Belle Plaine (3-16) at #1Garden Plain (19-1); #5 Sedgwick (9-11) at #4 Douglass (11-9), #7 Leon Bluestem (5-15) at #2 Conway Springs (13-7); #6 Wichita Independent (6-14) at #3 Remington (13-7). Thursday, times TBA â€” Belle Plaine-Garden Plain winner vs. Sedgwick-Douglass winner; Leon-Bluestem-Conway Springs winner vs. Wichita Independent-Remington winner Saturday â€” Championship 6 p.m. Girls:Â Tuesday, 7 p.m. â€” #8 Augusta (4-15) at #1 Wichita Trinity (15-5); #5 Winfield (7-12) at #4 Wellington (12-7), #7 Wichita Collegiate (4-15) at #2 Mulvane (14-5); #6 Rose Hill (4-15) at #3 Clearwater (13-6). Friday, times TBA â€” Augusta-Wichita Trinity winner vs. Winfield-Wellington winner; Wichita Collegiate-Mulvane winner vs. Rose Hill-Clearwater winner. Saturday â€” Championship 6 p.m. Class 3A Sub-state at Conway Springs:Â Boys:Â Tuesday, 7 p.m. â€” #8 Belle Plaine (2-18) at #1 Independent (15-5); #5 Douglass (9-11) at #4 Conway Springs (9-11); #7 Bluestem (4-16) at #2 Remington (13-7); #6 Garden Plain (7-13) at #3 Sedgwick (10-10). Friday, times TBA â€” Douglass-Conway Springs winner vs. Belle Plaine-Independent winner; Garden Plain-Sedgwick winner vs. Bluestem-Remington winner. Saturday â€” Championship, 7:30 p.m. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Sub-state bracket pairings were released today. Here are the tournaments for which Sumner County teams are involvedâ€¦Class 4A Sub-state at Mulvane:Â Boys:Monday, 7 p.m. â€” #8 Wellington (5-14) at #1 Trinity Academy (15-5); #5 Winfield (11-8) at #4 Mulvane (11-8); #7 Rose Hill (6-13) at #2 Clearwater (14-5); #6 Augusta (8-11) at #3 Wichita Collegiate (12-7). Thursday, times TBA â€” Augusta-Collegiate winner vs. Rose Hill-Clearwater winner; Winfield-Mulvane winner vs. Wellington-Trinity Academy winner. Saturday â€” Championship, 7:30. Class 2A Sub-state at Moundridge:Boys: Monday, 7 p.m. â€” #8 Canton-Galva (1-19) at #1 Central-Burden (19-1); #5 Peabody-Burns (10-10) at #4 Oxford (12-8); #7 Chase County (2-18) at #2 Moundridge (15-5); #6 Herington (9-11) at #3 Berean Academy (12-7). Thursday, times TBA â€” Canton-Galva-Central-Burden winnerÂ vs. Peabody-Burns-Oxford winner. Chase County-Moundridge winner vs. Herington-Berean Academy winner. Saturday â€” Championship, 7:30 p.m.Girls: Tuesday, 7 p.m. â€” #8 Canton-Galva (2-18) vs. #1 Moundridge (17-3), #5 Peabody-Burns (9-11) vs. #4 Herington (10-10), #7 Central-Burden (5-16) vs. #2 Berean Academy (15-4), #6 Oxford (8-13) vs. #3 Chase County (11-9). Friday, times TBA â€” Canton-Galva-Moundridge winner vs. Peabody-Burns-Herington winner, Central-Burden-Berean Academy winner vs. Oxford-Chase County winner. Saturday â€” Championship, 6 p.m.Class 1 Div. 1 Sub-state at Udall Boys: Tuesday â€” #8 Flinthills (6-14) vs. #1 St. Paul (13-6), 6 p.m.; #5 Cedar Vale-Dexter (6-14) vs. #4 Caldwell (9-12), 7:30. Friday, times TBA â€” Flinthills-St. Paul winner vs. Udall (14-6); Cedar Vale-Dexter-Caldwell winner vs. South Haven (18-2). Saturday â€” Championship, 7:30 p.m.Girls: Monday â€” #8 Flinthills (4-16) vs. #3 Caldwell (13-7), 6 p.m.; #5 Udall (10-11) at #4 South Haven (13-7), 7:30. Thursday, times TBA â€” Flinthills-Caldwell winner vs. St. Paul (15-4), South Haven-Udall winner vs. Cedar Vale-Dexter (16-4). Saturday â€” Championship, 6 p.m.Class 1 Div. 2 Sub-state at South Barber Boys: Tuesday â€” #5 Norwich (2-17) vs. #4 Stafford (5-11), 6 p.m.; #6 Argonia (1-19) vs. #3 South Barber (9-10), 7:30. Friday, times TBA â€” Argonia-South Barber winner vs. #2 Attica (13-8); Norwich-Stafford winner vs. #1 Cunningham (13-8). Saturdayâ€”Championship, 7:30 p.m.Girls: Monday â€” #6 Stafford (1-15) at #3 South Barber (15-5), 6 p.m.; #5 Attica (5-15) at #4 Cunningham (9-11), 7:30. Thursday, times TBA â€” Stafford-South Barber winner vs. #2 Argonia (16-5), Attica-Cunningham winner vs. #1 Norwich (20-1). Saturday â€” Championship, 6 p.m. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? 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