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Vitamins ‘effective in treating ADHD symptoms’

Vitamins and minerals could be useful for treating ADHD, research suggests.

Adults with ADHD given supplements for eight weeks had a "modest" improvement in concentration span, hyperactivity, and other symptoms, a small-scale study found.

A wide range of nutrients, including vitamin D, iron and calcium, may improve brain functioning, said psychologists in New Zealand.

Another study found medication reduced road accidents in men with ADHD.

As many as one in 20 adults has ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder), marked by symptoms such as lack of attention, concentration difficulties and impulsiveness.

To read the full article click here.

Posted by: on January 30th, 2014 @ 09:36 AM

Vitamins ‘effective in treating ADHD symptoms’

Vitamins and minerals could be useful for treating ADHD, research suggests.

Adults with ADHD given supplements for eight weeks had a "modest" improvement in concentration span, hyperactivity, and other symptoms, a small-scale study found.

A wide range of nutrients, including vitamin D, iron and calcium, may improve brain functioning, said psychologists in New Zealand.

Another study found medication reduced road accidents in men with ADHD.

As many as one in 20 adults has ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder), marked by symptoms such as lack of attention, concentration difficulties and impulsiveness.

To read the full article click here.

Posted by: on January 30th, 2014 @ 09:36 AM

Are your medical records in danger?

Householders across England have started receiving leaflets about a new NHS scheme called Care.data.

The likelihood is most people will simply cast the documents in the bin along with the take-away menus and double-glazing offers.

But to some the data-sharing project represents an attack on privacy and confidentiality. Should we be concerned?

To read the full article please click here.

Posted by: on January 28th, 2014 @ 1:13 PM

Routes Healthcare Testimonial

".....Dear Routes,

I have worked with Sarah during a highly sensitive time at one our services.  I chose to work with Routes Healthcare due to the positive feedback we have received from a number of locations regarding the efficiency of how Sarah works but also around the quality of staff she supplies.  Sarah remains calm under pressure which is key in her role.  She is patient and understands the issues we face.  The feedback has been really positive regarding the one particular service she has been supporting us with and feedback is also that the staff are good and efficient.  She works quickly and effectively and it’s been a pleasure working together."

Kate, Resourcing Consultant

Posted by: on January 23rd, 2014 @ 11:46 AM

Routes Healthcare - Excellence in all we do.

Our ethos is simple......Excellence in all we do.

"Whether you are looking for a 10 year partnership or an ad-hoc, one off arrangement we will listen to your needs and tailor our service to achieve this.

I have 20 years experience working in the Health, Social and Child Care sectors and I pride myself on being able to say that I am dedicated to the provision of an excellent service. My message to my team is simple - “never compromise on quality and always act in the best interests of our clients”.

I am confident that you will find your experience with Routes an excellent one; any feedback you may have is always gratefully received, just click here to access my details."

Andrew Healing Founder and Director - Routes Healthcare (North) Ltd

Posted by: Andrew Healing on January 21st, 2014 @ 09:52 AM

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