Studies suggest lead may be cause of some ADHD cases

02/3/2010 | HealthDay News

Genetics is believed to account for up to 70% of ADHD cases, but researchers say lead is a prime suspect among possible environmental causes of the remaining 30%. One study found children with ADHD had higher blood levels of lead, and a second study linked the elevated levels to parent/teacher ratings of ADHD symptoms.

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