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ADHD Drugs Do Not Increase Stroke Risk

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(Memphis) Children who take medication to treat ADHD are not at an increased risk of suffering a stroke.

This according to a study by the American Stroke Association.

The study examined the charts of two and half million children with ADHD and found no link between medications they were taking and strokes.

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