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posted: Friday November 22nd - 8:16am
The Affordable Care Act: Good for ADHDers
We can breathe a sigh of relief (and not go bankrupt) treating attention deficit.
If you’ve been diagnosed with ADHD or are a parent of a diagnosed child, you’ve got a lot of reasons to pay attention to the fate of the Affordable Health Care Act. Whether Obamacare survives — and in what form. Some have said that this policy change has been the victim of incompetent public relations. The extraordinary benefits for many millions of Americans have been underplayed...
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Need Money for College?
Shire may be able to help you foot some higher-education expenses.
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