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Reichenberg-Ullman, Judyth; Ullman, Robert
June 1997
Mothering;Summer97, Issue 83, p78
Features the treatment for attention deficit disorder (ADD). Treatment of ADD through Ritalin and other stimulants; Definition and syndromes of ADD; Causes of ADD; Side effects of Ritalin; Homeopathy as treatment of ADD; Other nondrug treatment of ADD.


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