INTERVIEW TOPIC: ADHD DOES NOT EXIST: WHY FRENCH CHILDREN DON’T HAVE ADHD
“In the United States alone, at least 9 percent of kids are diagnosed with ADHD and are being treated with different kinds of pharmaceutical medications. The design of our school system is horribly outdated and provides little benefit in comparison to how transformative it could truly be……”READ THE FULL ARTICLE
IMNOW: What are your thoughts regarding this article. What is the French doing that we’re not doing?
DR. KLATZ: If the pharmaceutical companies say that drug is necessary and exists for the condition it’s perscribed for, chances are good that it will be documented into text books by the legal medical legislation as well as dozen of other syndromes which do not quite exist as diseases.
IMNOW: What is the difference between a syndrome and a disease?
DR. KLATZ: A Disease is quantifiable. it can be measured, tested for and cured.
Where as a syndrome is a constellation of symptoms that may or may not be due to a specific disease process.
It may be convenient to control these children behavior with medication, which also limits their potential.
The French have banned these drugs and other harmful substances from their school system and natural borders. As a result a problem, such as ADHD or may other problems do not exist.