Research links ADHD to substance used in plastics

11/25/2009 | United Press International

A South Korean study linked attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children to phthalates, a substance found in plastics. Urine tests showed that the higher the concentration of the substance, the more severe the ADHD symptoms in children, researchers said.

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