ADHD meds have a role in preventing risky child/teen behaviour

A new study, summarized in Psychiatric Times, suggests that children and teens taking medication for diagnosed ADHD are less likely to engage in risky behaviours than those diagnosed but not taking medications.  Accurate diagnosis is a key, though, and reasons for differences in prevalence rates among different groups is discussed.

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