Medication More Effective Than Therapy Alone in Treating ADHD
- In the largest trial to date of children with ADHD, carefully managed
medication was a more effective treatment than behavioral therapy.
- Behavioral therapy used in combination with medication was the best
treatment for two-thirds of children in the trial who had other psychological
or social problems in addition to ADHD.
- The medication treatment for the study was much more intensive than what is
used in conventional practice.
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