Study: ADHD drugs not tied to chromosomal damage in children

11/19/2008 | ScienceDaily

A study from researchers at the National Institutes of Health and Duke University indicates that typical doses of common ADHD drugs may not cause the chromosomal damage in children that had been previously found in a smaller study. But researchers warned that the study only examined the effects of the first few months of treatment, not its long-term effects.

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