Ritalin for attention deficit disorder in children with epilepsy

    Experts now say it's usually okay to prescribe Ritalin for attention deficit disorder in children with epilepsy.

    This is a common problem. About 20% of children with epilepsy also have attention deficit disorder.

    Experts suspect these disorders might sometimes be related...or the attention deficit might be due to the antiepileptic drugs.

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