7/6/2011

A new guidebook aims to dispel some of the common misconceptions that surround attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children. Chief among these is the myth that ADHD is not a "real" disorder, says author and psychiatrist Kenny Handelman in this interview. "Research has clearly shown it's a medical issue, a brain-based condition that runs in families. It's just as real as depression or heart disease," he said.

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