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More ADHD cases being diagnosed at younger ages, report finds

While there's concern about possible misdiagnosis at a such a young age, researchers involved with the report say the data shows promising trends on how children with the neurobehavioral disorder are being diagnosed. ADHD rates have been rising at about 5% a year for well over a decade, and there is still no definitive test for diagnosis.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

There is a strong relationship between ADHD and an elevated AA/EPA ratio.  As that AA/EPA ratio increases and at an earlier age, you will definitely see more ADHD being reported.


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