The acronym “ADHD” tends to conjure up images of very busy eight-year-old boys. But Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder isn’t just for kids. Sometimes, it’s just not outgrown.
It’s estimated that 2 percent of adults struggle with this chemical imbalance. And a recent report in the British Medical Journal found that adult sufferers are often treated with the wrong medicines.
“Eight Forty-Eight ”contributor Julianne Hill reports on what happens when ADHD is “all in the family.”