New research finds that more kids are being diagnosed and treated for ADHD than ever before.
According to a new report, the use of medication to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has tripled world wide since 1993.
Researchers now say one in 25 kids are taking medication for ADHD. In 1993, 31 countries used the drugs but now 55 are users.
Experts say ADHD could become the leading childhood disorder treated with medications across the globe.
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