New Study Reveals How ADHD Drugs “Alter The Structure of Children’s Brains” | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

New Study Reveals How ADHD Drugs “Alter The Structure of Children’s Brains”

By Elias Marat

As attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) continues to remain an extremely common diagnosis for children in the United States, researchers are warning doctors to hold off on issuing popular ADHD drugs such as Ritalin and Concerta unless absolutely necessary.

The warnings come as scans of children who take such drugs as methylphenidate (MPH), commonly known as Ritalin, show that they have a major effect on the development of white matter in the brains of children, impairing their ability to learn and coordinate communication between regions of the brain...

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