Many Ivy League students are using ADHD meds to stay focused

05/1/2014 | NBC News

Almost 1 in 5 Ivy League college students without attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is using prescription ADHD stimulants, according to a report to be presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies' meeting. Most of the students without ADHD said they used the medications to stay focused while writing and to study better.

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