3 Epic ADHD Studies
Recently, some researchers published a study showing some ways the ADHD brain tends to be different than the non-ADHD brain...What set this study apart was that it was, in scientific terms, frickin’ huge. It involved more than 3,000 people – that’s a lot of people as far as brain studies go.
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