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Many people mistakenly believe that ADHD is a problem confined to childhood – one that children “grow out of.” Yet about half of those who had ADHD in childhood (nearly 5% of Americans) continue to have it into adulthood. The inattentiveness and difficulty finishing tasks that made it tough for children to sit still in […]

Many people mistakenly believe that ADHD is a problem confined to childhood – one that children “grow out of.” Yet about half of those who had ADHD in childhood (nearly 5% of Americans) continue to have it into adulthood. The inattentiveness and difficulty finishing tasks that made it tough for children to sit still in […]

Many people mistakenly believe that ADHD is a problem confined to childhood – one that children “grow out of.” Yet about half of those who had ADHD in childhood (nearly 5% of Americans) continue to have it into adulthood. The inattentiveness and difficulty finishing tasks that made it tough for children to sit still in […]

Many people mistakenly believe that ADHD is a problem confined to childhood – one that children “grow out of.” Yet about half of those who had ADHD in childhood (nearly 5% of Americans) continue to have it into adulthood. The inattentiveness and difficulty finishing tasks that made it tough for children to sit still in […]

Many people mistakenly believe that ADHD is a problem confined to childhood – one that children “grow out of.” Yet about half of those who had ADHD in childhood (nearly 5% of Americans) continue to have it into adulthood. The inattentiveness and difficulty finishing tasks that made it tough for children to sit still in […]

Many people mistakenly believe that ADHD is a problem confined to childhood – one that children “grow out of.” Yet about half of those who had ADHD in childhood (nearly 5% of Americans) continue to have it into adulthood. The inattentiveness and difficulty finishing tasks that made it tough for children to sit still in […]

Many people mistakenly believe that ADHD is a problem confined to childhood – one that children “grow out of.” Yet about half of those who had ADHD in childhood (nearly 5% of Americans) continue to have it into adulthood. The inattentiveness and difficulty finishing tasks that made it tough for children to sit still in […]

Many people mistakenly believe that ADHD is a problem confined to childhood – one that children “grow out of.” Yet about half of those who had ADHD in childhood (nearly 5% of Americans) continue to have it into adulthood. The inattentiveness and difficulty finishing tasks that made it tough for children to sit still in […]

Many people mistakenly believe that ADHD is a problem confined to childhood – one that children “grow out of.” Yet about half of those who had ADHD in childhood (nearly 5% of Americans) continue to have it into adulthood. The inattentiveness and difficulty finishing tasks that made it tough for children to sit still in […]

Many people mistakenly believe that ADHD is a problem confined to childhood – one that children “grow out of.” Yet about half of those who had ADHD in childhood (nearly 5% of Americans) continue to have it into adulthood. The inattentiveness and difficulty finishing tasks that made it tough for children to sit still in […]