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John Gray's Latest Book Helps Those with ADHD "Focus"

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John Gray is best known for his Blockbuster bestseller "Men Are From Mars Women Are From Venus"  but his latest book is about how ADHD can create problems in relationships.  Apparently it's all about the dopamine.  Gray talked to anchors Jeff Michael and Christine Devine about some natural remedies that can help both genders increase their ability to interact with their partners and improve their relationships. 

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