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Adulthood Self-Reported Cardiovascular Risk and ADHD Medications: Results From the 2004–2005 National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions
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To the Editor: During the past 2 decades, the number of children, adolescents, and adults receiving medications for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has substantially increased and treatment duration has been lengthened. Although placebo-controlled trials have shown that these agents can increase heart rate and blood pressure, raising concerns about their cardiovascular safety, no causal relationship between ADHD medications and serious cardiovascular events has been found among children. However, few studies have been conducted in the adult population, and most of them relied on new ADHD medication users.