This July 20, 2012 article found on the Philly.com Health website talks about a recent study done on monkeys to see what long-term effects ADHD medications may have on children. The article gives readers an idea of how the study was done and why monkeys were chosen. The article also indicates that the study didn’t show any long-term effects.
- New findings in safety of ADHD medication (kfor.com)
- Brain Development Not Affected By Long-Term ADHD Drug (medicalnewstoday.com)
- Monkey Study Suggests Long-Term Use of ADHD Drugs Safe (newsday.com)
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