New Research Regarding ADHD Medicines: Guilt-Free News

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ADHD Medicine ResearchDo you medicate? Or do you hesitate to medicate?

As expert opinions swing from one extreme to another, parents like you are making decisions daily in the best interest of your child or teen.

While there’s no such thing as guilt-free parenting, a recent study conducted by the University of Florida should encourage you. The latest research confirms that children who take Ritalin and Adderall (stimulants for ADHD-I) are not more inclined to have cardiac problems during treatment.

The study published in British Medical Journal in August decisively answers a ten-year debate regarding treatment and its effect on children.

So if you have a child who’s taking Ritalin and Adderall, here’s something to make you feel better, at least for a minute. 🙂

Read more about the ADHD Medicine Research in the University of Florida News.