ADHD: Myths vs. Facts
Despite overwhelming scientific evidence endorsed by the most prestigious medical organizations in the world, there is still a multitude of inaccurate information circulating about Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), leading to confusion and even doubt among those who are uninformed or misinformed. The recognition of ADHD Awareness Month in October presents a timely opportunity for CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder)—the nation’s leading resource on ADHD—to share the facts, with the goal of guiding children with ADHD and their families, and adults with ADHD, toward proper diagnosis and treatment.
Other Articles in this Edition
Study looks at ADHD treatment in teens at risk for bipolar disorder
Fact or fiction: Dispelling the myths and misconceptions of ADHD
Graduation Rate Climbs For Students With Disabilities
Foster Kids Face Higher Risk of Health Problems: Study
FDA Proposes to Withdraw Two Generic Versions of ADHD Drug Concerta