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Paper Chase #2 - ADHD Meds and Substance-Related Problems

Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
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ADHD medication use is unlikely to be associated with greater risk of substance-related problems in adolescence or adulthood. Rather, medication was associated with lower concurrent risk of substance-related events and, at least among men, lower long-term risk of future substance-related events.

 

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