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Hyperactive kids three times as likely to be removed from their families

d as yet there is no public or professional consensus on the use of drugs to stabilise hyperactive children.

The disorder challenges "not only our professional tolerance but also the way paediatric services for all community based childhood disorders are currently structured," writes Dr Mary Mather, a consultant community paediatrician.

Hyperactive children are not a priority, she continues. "Yet their outcomes are poor. Many will fail or be excluded from school. Others will suffer the social consequences of their impulsive behaviours in secure units or prison."


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