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  1. Workplace May Overwhelm Adults With ADHD

    May 26, 2005 (Atlanta) -- Plagued by hyperactivity and restlessness, adult victims of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder often have significant difficulties getting the job done, according to the first study to simulate their performance in the workplace. "They have difficulty with many of the

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  2. Adult ADHD Sufferers Face Lost Income, Jobs

    May 25, 2005 (Atlanta) -- If the jitters, short attention span, and the impulsivity of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) sound like a recipe for job disaster, you're probably right. Adult ADHD victims suffer an average of $10,000 a year in lost income -- adding up to a staggering $77 b

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  3. Teenage Girls With ADHD Act Out

    May 24, 2005 (Atlanta) -- Teenage girls with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are much more likely to act out, suffer depression, and smoke than adolescents without the condition. A new study -- which may offer the best snapshot to date of teenage girls with ADHD -- portrays a group t

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  4. Combined ADHD Treatment Lowers Need for Drugs

    May 11, 2005 -- Most kids who are treated for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder take stimulant medications, but new research suggests that the need for these drugs can be reduced dramatically in those who get behavioral therapy as well. When the two approaches were combined, the amount of med

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  5. ADHD -- Not Just for Boys

    Are you always running late? Frequently losing your keys? Not sleeping well? You may think you're just disorganized, but there's a good chance you're suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), also called attention deficit disorder (ADD). The condition is a behavior disorder tha

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  6. Could Your Child Have ADHD?

    There is no cure for ADHD, but medications can help control symptoms. Stimulants, which help increase a child's attention span, are the most commonly prescribed medications for ADHD. These stimulants include Ritalin (methylphenidate), Adderall (mixed salts of a single-entity amphetamine product), De

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  7. ADHD Drug Cylert Discontinued

    March 25, 2005 -- Cylert, a stimulant drug for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is being discontinued by its maker, Abbott Laboratories. Falling sales -- not safety questions -- are the reason, says Abbott spokeswoman Laureen Cassidy. "Cylert sales for this year will be less than $1

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  8. Does Ritalin Increase Cancer Risk in Children?

    March 1, 2005 - Early research is raising concerns about the drug Ritalin, suggesting that children who take it may have an increased risk of cancer. All 12 of the children included in the study experienced an increase in chromosome abnormalities three months after starting Ritalin. Chromosome damag

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  9. Sudden Death in 12 Kids on ADHD Drug Adderall

    EDITOR'S NOTE: The Associated Press reported on Aug. 24, 2005 that Canadian health officials will allow Adderall XR to return to the market. A Health Canada spokesperson told AP that a panel of experts decided there was not enough evidence of increased harm from the drug. Feb. 10, 2005 - Twelve sudd

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  10. Study Links Low Iron to ADHD

    Dec. 17, 2004 -- A study suggests that iron deficiency may contribute to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children. Researchers from France also say children with ADHD and iron deficiencies exhibit more severe symptoms. Investigators suggest that iron supplementation may benefit ch

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