Youngest children in class more likely to get ADHD medication, study says

Results of a survey in Western Australia raise concerns that problems are being misdiagnosed as age-related immaturity Allowing parents to decide when their child is ready for school could prevent misdiagnosis of ADHD, the study says. Photograph: Stephen Voss / Alamy/Alamy Youngest children in class more likely to get ADHD medication, study says Results of a survey in Western Australia raise concerns that problems are being misdiagnosed as age-related immaturity The youngest children in class are more likely than their older classmates to receive medication for ADHD (attention deficit hpyeractivity disorder), a study has found. The Wester Australian study, published…
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