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Default Early ADHD diagnosis a risk factor for depression (Reuters) (Yahoo)

Reuters - Children who are diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder at an early age are at greater risk of depression and suicide than other teens and parents need to take the condition seriously, U.S. researchers said on Monday.

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