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New Changes for ADHD Diagnosis in DSM-V May Mean Treating ADD Seperately from ADHD | Attention Deficit Disorder News – ADDitude

New Changes for ADHD Diagnosis in DSM-V May Mean Treating ADD Seperately from ADHD | Attention Deficit Disorder News – ADDitude.

No More ADHD? New Changes to the Guidelines for Diagnosing Children and Adults

As the mental health experts go back to the drawing board, expect updates to the current guidelines for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) diagnosis, age of onset, and symptoms. The label ADHD or ADD may even go away, or at the very least, change meaning.

My comment: Further talk on the DSM-V, and some readers’ comments.

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