Study: ADHD may be underdiagnosed among minority children

06/24/2013 | CBS News

Minority children are less likely to be diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, according to a recent longitudinal study of 17,000 students. "What that suggests in our study is that there are children who are likely deserving of a diagnosis, but who aren't receiving a diagnosis, which raises the question of a lack of treatment," study author Paul Morgan said.

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