ADHD Medication: One For All?

ADHD Medication: One For All? Dr. Jon LaPook is the CBS Information medical correspondent . This week’s episode of CBS Doc Dot Com got me to a university campus where I acquired schooled by two students about the widespread use of ADHD meds – by kids with out a diagnosis of the condition – to study, stay attentive, and occasionally just to feel good. A 2005 Web survey found that 5 % of U.S. Undergraduates reported having used stimulants over the prior year for nonmedical reasons.

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