Many children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder will go on to become adults with ADHD, and some adults with the disorder are not diagnosed until adulthood.
Professor Stephen Faraone discusses how the symptoms in children differ from those seen in adults. He also addresses diagnosis and treatment options. Faraone is a distinguished professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and a professor of neuroscience and physiology at Upstate and recommends ADHD resources for health care providers and the public.
Also on this week’s show: advance directives, plus how a laser can provide vaginal rejuvenation.
Tune in this Sunday, March 18 at 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. for "HealthLink on Air."