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Non-Stimulant Options for ADHD Patients

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    Although stimulant medications are often used to treat ADHD patients, there are patients for whom non-stimulants might also be a viable option. What are the advantages to each type of medication? Dr. Richard Rubin, clinical associate professor at the University of Vermont College of Medicine and adjunct associate professor of child psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical College, joins host Dr. Vatsal Thakkar to discuss medication options for treating patients with ADHD.

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    Although stimulant medications are often used to treat ADHD patients, there are patients for whom non-stimulants might also be a viable option. What are the advantages to each type of medication? Dr. Richard Rubin, clinical associate professor at the University of Vermont College of Medicine and adjunct associate professor of child psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical College, joins host Dr. Vatsal Thakkar to discuss medication options for treating patients with ADHD.

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