ADHD drugs not linked to increased tobacco use

A meta-analysis of 14 studies finds individuals with ADHD who are treated with stimulant medications are less likely to smoke. / PHOTODISC It's well-documented that young people diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are more likely to pick up cigarette smoking, start earlier when they do and become more seriously addicted to tobacco than peers without the disorder.

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