ADHD: Inaccurate, unresearched and just plain bad reporting

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I continue to be perplexed, disappointed, and angry about inaccurate, unresearched, and just plain bad reporting about ADHD.

It’s as though the writers, reporters, and personalities who manufacture this garbage have either no comprehension, or concern at all, that what they are doing might actually harm people. How does misinformation harm people?

Would you want to try medication for ADHD if you heard from a seemingly authoritative source that it wasn’t at all researched, and was almost always dangerous? (Both of which are quantifiably not true.)

Would you want to try medication for ADHD if you were told by a seemingly authoritative source that most people who take it don’t like it because it changes their personality? (Anecdotal, and when divorced from any discussion of the problems with unskillful prescription, this is completely useless information.)

Would you be interested in truly exploring treatment options if a seemingly authoritative source told…

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