Is ADHD A Real Disease?

The vast majority of Ritalin and Adderall is given to school children in America to treat an alleged disease called ADHD. Children who suffer from ADHD are said to be inattentive, impulsive, and hyperactive. They often get bored easily in class, squirm in their seats, are always on the go, or don’t get along with other students or the teacher. In other words, many children diagnosed with ADHD may simply be bright, normal kids, full of energy and bored out of their minds sitting in public-school classrooms. In his testimony to the Pennsylvania House Democratic Policy Committee, Bruce Wiseman,...

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