Comment: Healthy bodies, healthy minds
Although paediatric attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is slowly coming to be recognised, the same cannot yet be said of adult ADHD, despite meta-analytic follow-up studies suggesting that approximately 65% of young people suffering from ADHD will continue to display impairment well into their adult lives, with heritability estimates of 0.6–0.95 in child populations – among the highest of all psychiatric conditions.
ADHD in practice 2013; 5(1): 3–3
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