Exercise explored as ADHD treatment alternative

03/27/2006 | USA Today

With about 4 million Americans taking stimulant medications for ADHD, health experts are exploring a variety of nonmedical treatments, such as exercise, as alternatives to medication for the disorder. The research comes amid growing concern over ADHD drugs and the FDA's decision last month to add a black-box warning about possible heart risks from the drugs.

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