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The standard of care for the treatment of ADHD, with which 11% of all school-aged children are diagnosed, is typically the prescription of medication. About two-thirds of all those with a current diagnosis are prescribed stimulants like Ritalin or Adderall. And while these medications are believed (and advertised) to improve the lives of those with ADHD, a recent study out of Johns Hopkins Children’s Center shows that, at least with young children, they actually don’t.

Click here to read more and learn why ADHD meds don’t work.