This month in Canadian Family Physician …
The origami art on this month’s cover was created by Joseph Wu. His art allows him to tell stories and helps him cope with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and depression. While origami is often assumed to be a craft for children, Wu creates works of art that depict mythological creatures, animals, pop culture icons, robots, and expressive faces. Featured in this issue is a clinical review on diagnosis and management of childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, which reviews and summarizes the relevant practice guidelines and recent evidence from the literature.
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