wow why did i join this site honestly there is no reason to be rude i cant do a two weeks worth of research in one night especially with ADD and ADHD. all i was aking is if any one knew of any articles. i have looked on all the databases my college provides and could only find one article.
I know that this isn't the answer that you're looking for, but I think you're gonna be hard-pressed to find anyone on here who would be willing to do the research for you! You've really backed yourself into a corner by not giving yourself any extra time to contact libraries, schools, etc looking for articles, but what's done is done. I've been there, done that way too many times to count. Even folks on here that get magazine and journal subscriptions probably won't remember all of the articles on various supplements and wouldn't be able to get you free access to the magazine by tomorrow.
If you're stuck using one particular supplement for your paper then you may REALLY be backed into a corner. Sometimes the information just simply isn't available. My suggestion is to make a list of possible topics and do google searches for ALL of them. You may luck out and be able to find something more accessible. I'd suggest looking into wormers such as Ivermectin. I'm sure that plenty of articles have been written over the years, and parasite resistance as it relates to ivermectin has been a point of discussion often times. In fact, almost every equine magazine has probably had at least a couple of articles discussing worming at some point.
Also, I'm not going to just accept ADD/ADHD and a tough courseload as a reason why you couldn't have at least looked up a few articles to make sure you had a viable topic at least a few days before the paper was due
Trust me, I've been through the same situation- ALWAYS do some research beforehand. You don't necessarily need to write the paper too early, but at least running a quick search to see what is out there can save you a lot of stress the night before things are due! Again, I do understand that what's done is done, but let it be a lesson for next time!