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Children on ADHD medications average better grades on tests than those who don't take meds.
: : ADHD in High School : ADHD Medication and Children : ADHD Stimulant Medications : Homework and Test Help
Prenatal risk factors may increase occurrence.
Study indicates addiction to gaming may be comorbid with ADHD.
Research shows both maternal and paternal smoke has effect on ADHD risk for child.
: : ADHD Causes
New study indicates a difference in language comprehension speed--but not accuracy--in ADHD children.
Analysis of studies shows behavioral treatments are as effective as meds for ADHD children.
Adderall XR now available in generic versions.
New bill would provide additional educational funding for child and adolescent psychiatrists.
New research shows that controlling symptoms can improve weight-loss success.
Researchers tested a comparable, lower-cost medication for the treatment of ADHD in developing countries.