Study ties daytime wetting accidents to ADHD in children

10/23/2011 | Reuters

German researchers surveyed the parents of more than 1,300 children ages 5 to 7 years old and found that almost 37% of the 49 children who experienced daytime wetting had symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. They noted that only 3% of the 1,194 children without incontinence problems screened positive for ADHD. The findings appear in The Journal of Urology.

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