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Found a lot of kids have been misdiagnosed.
With attention deficit disorder.
It turns out that we're just suffered from a condition called being kids.
That's actually no joke a new study has found that nearly one million children in the US.
Have been potentially miss diagnosed with ADHD.
Because they were the youngest and the most immature in their classes.
Our medical aid sinister to explain doctors Marc Siegel and after -- money so one million doctor Siegel misdiagnosed because they were just -- -- did this happen.
I'm so glad that we're able to -- a little for this constructive -- -- and I both have young Kurds.
And have experience -- -- my own kids when they're a little immature at a certain age going to kindergarten one of them actually.
Can't read yet they get a little frisky they don't quite behavior these misdiagnosed -- at a Michigan State study.
Found that this occurs early in the grade each time she's going to kindergarten how to learn the activity -- someone seeing your respect even.
-- be huge team of people psychologists.
Teachers social workers are looking.
And they go ahead and they give you this label -- that put you on medication and you know something in the medication works.
If you put if you -- you -- -- riddle and we performed better duck it's a modest surge it would perform better on these drugs that -- kids need him.
Four point five million kids are diagnosed with this many don't need it.
And that's why there's also something connected to help doctors are reimbursed.
-- -- insurance for this diagnosis look this is -- tough part of things couldn't really marked his pointed rotation it's not really the diagnosis is the perception.
Made but it teaches its interest among back to a point over 500 million dollar.
Is being spent on this.
Which is absolutely not necessary a lot of these kids would turn to become superstars and really it's it's just part of they'll -- so.
Always get a second opinion always go to another Doctor -- find that your kid really has a problem.
The scientific of these medications are also very serious so you want to think about it twice before you put two and his medications.
Let's go up the at age range -- little -- to teenagers and more teenagers 30% more teenagers.
Have some hearing loss nowadays -- did in the 1980s and ninety's what's going on -- The -- I mean you know who you -- the Jonas Brothers on the show here the other there I'd rather watch them on TV instead people have these iPods plugged into their brain.
Then who literally if you have more than 85 -- for eight hours you're gonna get some hearing damage one and six kids out of a journal pediatrics study were found to have hearing damage 2005.
That's a very large number so -- -- no kids should use iPods and.
-- look I think than an hour -- -- is is is adequate you know when your family -- you like.
Turn off the computer -- lower the volume where you can hear it normally those are the issues so you wanna pay attention limited exposure is the way to go.
And you know we all us we -- have seen kids and elevated that they have this loud music -- -- down to -- an -- and a -- of -- a sizable a lot of observers good to know our doctor -- acts like thanks for coming in thank you so.
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