Anti-seizure drug may curb aggression in children with ADHD

12/15/2009 | Yahoo!

The anti-seizure drug divalproex may help reduce aggression in children with ADHD, researchers said. Stimulant drugs such as Ritalin and Adderal treat the main symptoms of ADHD, the study noted, but some children continue to have problems with aggression even as attention-related symptoms subside.

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