Study: Almost 9% of U.S. children have ADHD, but most go untreated

09/21/2007 | Medscape (free registration)

New research indicates that almost 9% of U.S. children meet the DSM-IV criteria for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, but that fewer than half have been diagnosed and only about one-third are receiving medication. Researchers recommend medical professionals conduct thorough assessments to accurately diagnose and treat ADHD in children.

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