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ADHD Brain Waves

Scientists in California say they've found a way to better differentiate teenagers with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD.

They say the brain waves of teens who are unable to pay attention are very different than the brain waves of teens who are simply overactive or impulsive.

They say this is the first time doctors can clearly see subcategories within the ADHD diagnosis.





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