Abuse of ADHD meds grows with scrips

Scrips for ADHD meds have been growing at a rapid clip--and so has their abuse. From 1998 to 2005, the rate of scrips for these meds increased by about 80 percent, and over the same period their abuse increased by 76 percent, researchers found. Report

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