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Exercise and the ADHD Brain

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Exercise and the ADHD Brain

It is time to put Childish Things Aside
Time to get serious about Play and Exercise

Please join me this Sunday April 17th, 2016, at 4:00 pm PST, as I welcome Dr. John Ratey to the show.

John J. Ratey, MD, is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Research Synthesizer, Speaker, and best selling Author. He has published over 60 peer-reviewed articles on the topics of Aggression, Autism, ADHD, and other issues in Neuropsychiatry, and written 8 books published in 14 languages.

Dr. Ratey is the co-author of the ground breaking ADD-ADHD series of books, “Driven to Distraction,” “Answers to Distraction,” and Delivered from Distraction,” with Edward Hallowell, MD. First published in 1994, “Driven to Distraction” is still considered the seminal book on ADD-ADHD, and to this day remains a best seller in the field.

With the publication of his latest book, "Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and The Brain,”(2008), Dr. Ratey has established himself as a leading expert in the brain-fitness connection. A highly sought after speaker, he has embarked on a world-wide mission to re-engineer schools, corporations, and individual lifestyle practices by incorporating exercise to achieve peak performance and optimum mental health.

Consistently named one of the Best Doctors in America by his peers, Dr. Ratey and his work are frequently profiled in the media, where he’s been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS and NPR, and well as in The New York Times, Newsweek, The Washington Post, US News and World Report, Forbes, Men’s Health, Fitness Magazine, and other national publications.

Please feel free to call in at (917) 889-7025!

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