Apr 172013
 

Author: Wayne Stafford

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ADHD diagnoses is on the rise according to a recent study by the Center for Disease Control who interviewed 76,000 people.  11% of school-age children are diagnosed with ADHD, which is a 53% increase from 2003.  30% percent of college students have admitted to using ADHD but only 20% on average are diagnosed with ADHD.  With an accurate diagnosis ADHD medication can have very positive effects, but there still exists those who use it for the wrong reason.  See the full story for more, Wayne Stafford reporting for CTV News.

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