Theophylline and behavior

May 1992
Pediatrics for Parents;1992, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p1
Presents a study determining the effects of theophylline on children's behavior. Theophylline a drug often used to treat asthma; Parents believed theophylline adversely affected their children's behavior; Laboratory testing found no changes in test scores; Incongruity basis for second study; Methods; Phases; Opinions; Results; Reprinted from `Journal of the American Medical Association.'


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