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Many ADHD Teens Carry Problems Into Adulthood

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Post Many ADHD Teens Carry Problems Into Adulthood

(Psych Central News) Teens with ADHD are likely to carry with them a variety of difficulties into adulthood, including problems with physical and mental health, work and finances, according to a new long term study. Approximately 40 percent*of children with ADHD continue to have symptoms into adulthood, according to research from the group Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity [...]

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