Research could improve ADHD treatments

12/16/2008 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

A new study examining what brain signals trigger ADHD's characteristic inattention may help scientists develop better medications or behavioral interventions for the disorder. "We're all susceptible to things on the periphery," said lead researcher Julie Schweitzer of the University of California, Davis, MIND Institute. "But for people with ADHD, this is very problematic."

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