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ADHD affects girls too, and it can present differently to the way it does in boys. Here's what to look out for

By Rachael Murrihy, Director, The Kidman Centre, Faculty of Science, University of Technology Sydney
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A better understanding of ADHD in girls will enable earlier recognition, diagnosis and, importantly, treatment for girls, than currently exists.

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