African-Americans and ADHD
A recent report for Psych Central highlights the complicated issue of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and African-American parents. While 64 percent of Black parents have heard about ADHD, only half knew about treatment options for their kids. And only a mere 10 percent of parents knew that ADHD wasn’t caused by “eating too much sugar.”
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