Media Interviews Online Articles

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Jan2014
I have been invited as an expert on ADHD to participate in an interview on the Mid-day with Dan Rodricks show on WYPR on January 27 1-2pm. This is a live panel discussion that will include Dale Archer M.D., a psychiatrist and writer, to discuss the use of medication and ... Read More
January 16, 2014David W. Goodman, MD

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Dec2013
The Washington Post took the initiative to write an article in today’s (December 17) paper on ADHD in adults ages sixty and older. This article is also accompanied by a sidebar article discussing adult ADHD Older adults with ADHD are a group that has not been specifically researched and about whom very little is written. The Washington Post article ... Read More
December 17, 2013David W. Goodman, MD

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Dec2013
Today the New York Times published an article “The Selling of  Attention Deficit Disorder” by Alan Schwarz. This is a lengthy article highlighting the increased identification of people with ADHD and  the concomitant increase in the prescriptions of effective medications.  The article is a feature story on the New York Times ... Read More
December 15, 2013David W. Goodman, MD

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Jun2013
The June 2013 issue of Women’s Health magazine includes an article by S. Subramanian on ADHD in women. This is a long and insightful article highlighting the ADHD issues that specifically arise in women’s lives and relationships. I was honored to be interviewed and quoted in the article along with other ... Read More

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Feb2013
As an advocate for patient education, I direct my patients to credible sources of information on ADHD and associated disorders. Medscape is a highly reputable site for medical professionals and a great site for patients who wish to read about research and the state-of-the-art medicine. I was invited to write a ... Read More
February 28, 2013David W. Goodman, MD

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Oct2012
Although the gender distribution of ADHD in children is 3 boys to 1 girl, in adults the distribution is 1 woman to 1 man.  Women are being diagnosed more often in adulthood because they usually don’t have the disruptive behavior in childhood like the boys. Women and men get diagnosed ... Read More
October 24, 2012David W. Goodman, MD

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Oct2012
Doctors Radio on Sirius XM satellite radio will feature me in a one hour live interview with Dr. Carol Burnstein, past president for the American Psychiatric Association. The topic, “Updating physicians on diagnosis and treatment of ADHD, especially in adults”. I apologize for the late notice but the time was ... Read More
October 16, 2012David W. Goodman, MD

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Aug2012
BALTIMORE, Md. (WUSA) -  Copycat crimes in the wake of violent incidents such as the rampage in an Aurora, Colorado theater last month are a recognized phenomena in many cultures. The latest incident in our region occurred Wednesday in an Annapolis area theater, according to Anne Arundel County police. A 23-year old ... Read More
August 2, 2012David W. Goodman, MD

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Jun2012
For those with ADHD as an adult, it doesn’t go away.  According to the National Comorbidity Survey Replication study published 2006, of those with adult ADHD, 75% were not diagnosed as children. In my practice it is not uncommon for patients over age 50 to be newly diagnosed. I provided my ... Read More

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Jan2011
ADHD Treatment The best outcome for individuals with ADHD includes a combined treatment of therapies. David W. Goodman, MD, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at John Hopkins University School of Medicine and Director of the Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Center of Maryland, provides a helpful pneumonic for remembering the important ... Read More
January 8, 2011David W. Goodman, MD