Study: ADHD drugs widely misused

02/25/2006 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A new study indicates millions of teenagers and young adults are misusing stimulant drugs intended to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and thousands may be addicted. The new data comes amid growing concern the drugs are overprescribed, and an FDA advisory panel recently suggested black-box warnings about possible cardiovascular problems.

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