Understanding ADHD in women
For a long time, ADHD was the domain of rowdy little boys. But over the past two decades, clinicians have realized it affects girls, too – differently than it affects boys. These differences explain why many women aren't diagnosed until adulthood, while their male peers are often diagnosed in elementary school.
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