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According to the most recent DSM guide used to assist physicians with diagnosis, ADD is no longer the correct term for the disorder; it is now considered to be a subtype of ADHD. So what the OP addresses is in fact ADHD. All afflicted individuals share a core set of just a few of the known symptoms. The presence of the other ancillary symptoms vary in ...



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