Yasmin Tayag

staff writer at The Atlantic

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Higher demand for adult ADHD treatment has fueled a broader shortage of meds. Psychiatrists are still figuring out how to assess and treat the disorder for adults.

More adults with ADHD sets off scramble in psychiatry

Higher demand for adult ADHD treatment has fueled a broader shortage of meds. Psychiatrists are still figuring out how to assess and treat the disorder for adults.

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