Understanding ADHD in Children: Symptoms and Behavioral Challenges

Children with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors, or be overly active. Other symptoms of ADHD include squirming or fidgeting, talking too much, forgetting or losing things, and difficulty getting along with others.


Recognizing Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Children: Social Communication and Behavioral Indicators

Children with ASD may have problems with social communication and show repetitive behaviors or restricted interests. Examples of social communication and social interaction related to ASD include avoiding or not maintaining eye contact; not showing facial expressions like happy, sad, angry and surprised by 9 months of age; using few or no gestures by 12 months of age; and not sharing interests with others by 15 months of age.

Parents File Lawsuit Against Retailers for Failing to Warn About Acetaminophen Risks During Pregnancy

In 2022, parents of children with ADHD and ASD brought a legal action against retailers that sell acetaminophen. In the lawsuit, parents allege that retailers failed to warn pregnant mothers about the risks of prenatal ingestion of acetaminophen, and as a result, their babies developed ADHD and/or ASD. If your child was exposed to acetaminophen during pregnancy and developed ADHD and/or ASD, you may be eligible for compensation.

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