Do You Have ADD?
addled: Just Add Lead and you can be Confused and mixed up to.
Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 — October 18, 1931) was an American inventor and businessman. In school, the young Edison’s mind often wandered, and his teacher, the Reverend Engle, was overheard: calling him “addled”. (Confused; mixed up)
Are you or your children have A.D.D,because they have been exposed to lead. I believe this Attention disorder is do to exposure to lead.
- more addled, superlative most addled)
- (of eggs) bad, rotten; inviable, containing a dead embryo
- Confused; mixed up.
- (obsolete) morbid, corrupt, putrid, or barren.
1712, from addle (“urine, liquid filth”), from Old English adela (“mud, mire, liquidmanure”), cognate with Old Swedish adel (“urine”), Middle Low German adel, Dutch aal(“puddle”). Used in noun phrase addle egg (mid-13c.) “egg that does not hatch, rotten eggegg,” lit. “urine egg,” a loan translation of Latin ovum uranium, which is itself anan erroneous loan translation of Ancient Greek οὔριον ᾠόν (oúrion ōión, “putrid egg”), lit. “wind egg,” from οὔριος (oúrios, “of the wind”), from οὖρος (oûros, “fair wind”) (confused by Roman writers with οὔριος (oúrios, “of urine”), from οὖρον (oûron, “urine”)). Because of this usage, the noun in English was taken as an adj. from c. 1600, meaning “putrid,
] In children, signs of encephalopathy such as bizarre behavior, discoordination, and apathy occur at lead levels exceeding 70 μg/dL. For both adults and children, it is rare to be asymptomatic if blood lead levels exceed 100 μg/dL.