Nearly 1 in 10 children and teens diagnosed with ADHD

A new study released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, published in American Medical News, suggests that the prevalence of ADHD in children and youth has risen 32% in the last decade.  Regardless of the cause of the rise in ADHD symptoms, the group notes that these children and youth pose a serious challenge to the educational system.  Note other articles referenced at the end of this article.

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