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July 13, 2012


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It is very difficult to diagnose something like ADHD as its symptoms in a lower degree can be found in any normal being also. Only when it becomes inappropriate and of high intensity these behaviors are considered symptoms of ADHD.

Sarah Major

You are absolutely right. I think many children may acquire the label in error. Thank you for commenting.

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