CDC cites overdose, side effect cases from ADHD drugs

05/24/2006 | MSNBC

The U.S. CDC says thousands of children and adults have to go to emergency rooms each year because of accidental overdoses and side effects involving drugs for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Concerns over side effects have prompted some doctors to call for stronger warnings for the drugs, while others say the number of such cases is not alarming.

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