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In the late 90s, the FDA allowed pharmaceutical companies to market drugs directly to consumers. In a recent video by the New York Times, advertisements for ADHD medication is scrutinized. The makers pose the questions: Are children with normal behaviors being overdiagnosed for ADHD? And are the pharmaceutical companies to blame? How do they market the medication? What are the effects of overdiagnosis?

Watch this interesting 5-minute video here.