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Prescription Stimulant Abuse in Young Patients

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    Patients requesting early prescription refills, reporting lost medication, and other deviations from a standard dosing regimen are certainly worth noting. Given the frequency with which we prescribe medications for ADD, ADHD and other illnesses to our young patients, these irregularities may serve as warning signs of a larger problem. Host Dr. Michael Benson discusses prescription stimulant abuse in children with Dr. Jennifer Christner, an adolescent medicine specialist and a clinical assistant professor in the department of pediatrics and communicable diseases at the University of Michigan Medical School.

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    Patients requesting early prescription refills, reporting lost medication, and other deviations from a standard dosing regimen are certainly worth noting. Given the frequency with which we prescribe medications for ADD, ADHD and other illnesses to our young patients, these irregularities may serve as warning signs of a larger problem. Host Dr. Michael Benson discusses prescription stimulant abuse in children with Dr. Jennifer Christner, an adolescent medicine specialist and a clinical assistant professor in the department of pediatrics and communicable diseases at the University of Michigan Medical School.

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