Linda Lewis Griffith

April 9, 2013 5:20 AM

When ADHD grows up

A recent study published in the journal Pediatrics reports that two-thirds of children diagnosed with ADHD continue to have symptoms into adulthood. A problem that was once thought to disappear with maturity not only interferes with adult sufferers’ functioning but is often accompanied by other serious psychiatric illnesses.

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Linda Lewis Griffith

Linda Lewis Griffith is a local marriage and family therapist. For information or to contact her, visit www.lindalewisgriffith.com.

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