Fresh off the presses:
OK, so can someone tell me why ADHD did not exist when I was a kid (and that wasn't that long ago), and now all of a sudden, certain scientists are claiming that upwards of 10% of our children need to be put on lifelong medication?
This statistic, by the way, was arrived at through the following "scientific" method:
1. 3,082 children participated in the survey.
2. "Using interviews, the researchers were able to establish the presence of ADHD."
So based on 3,000 kids who were interviewed (or their parents were interviewed), the scientists made a firm "diagnosis" of ADHD...and for all we know, this was based on a telephone survey.