A number of mental health professionals are concerned about the growing percentage of high school students who are diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Earlier this year, the Center for Disease control released the results of a large survey, and found that one in five teenage boys were diagnosed with ADHD! Historically, ADHD was estimated to effect 3-7% of the population. So what gives? How can there be such a huge increase in the number of children with this diagnosis?
An article in the The New York Times (April 27,2013), titled “... Read More