The first ever U.S. clinical guidelines to diagnose and treat adult ADHD are expected to be released this fall. The guidelines are being developed by the American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders (APSARD) due to a lack of existing standards and to improve accuracy of diagnosis and treatment. Experts believe the guidelines will help clinicians, especially primary care physicians, better diagnose and treat adult ADHD, and dispel myths surrounding the disorder.

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