In article <bhr2g9$14r$1 at slb3.atl.mindspring.net> "Steve Harris" <sbharris at ix.RETICULATEDOBJECTcom.com> writes:
>>"Jeff Utz" <kidsdoc2000 at hotmail.com> wrote in message
>news:bhqej7$h57 at library1.airnews.net...
>> It has been known for a while that kids with ADHD have
>higher risk taking
>> behaviors, including alcohol and drug abuse.
>Therefore to treat this, we prescribe them a class of drugs
>which is widely abused.
If it's the correct treatment, then what's the problem?
Note that one study shows that kids with ADHD who are treated with that
class of drugs end up with a risk of alcohol and drug abuse equal to those
Doesn't that indicate that perhaps the treatment is working?
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