Study Links Early Injuries to ADHD03 Jan


CEC SMARTBRIEF, January 02, 2009

Infants and toddlers who suffer head injuries or burns are twice as likely to be diagnosed with ADHD before they turn 10, according to a new British study of 62,000 children. Such injuries may be early signs of risky behavior associated with ADHD, or the injuries might cause later behavioral changes, researchers say.

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