Alan Schwarz

New York Times

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Pulitzer Prize-nominated reporter at the New York Times

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There's growing concern among some doctors that Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder is over diagnosed and over prescribed by as much as 50 percent over the past ten years.

The Rise of ADHD

There's growing concern among some doctors that Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder is over diagnosed and over prescribed by as much as 50 percent over the past ten years.

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At a  congressional hearing  last month, California Democrat Linda Sanchez accused the National Football League of being in a state of denial, comparable to the tobacco industry's…

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As a long weekend full of football gets under way, the National Football League is on the defensive over the long-term effects of concussions.

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As a long weekend full of football gets under way, the National Football League is on the defensive over the long-term effects of concussions.

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