Children with ADHD find stimulant drugs beneficial

10/14/2012 | Reuters

Many children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder who received stimulant drugs said that their medication helped them control their behavior, according to a study presented at a briefing in London. Ethical concerns that such drugs can "turn children into robots" are largely unfounded, lead researcher Ilina Singh said.

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