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ADHD in adults: what it's like living with the condition – and why many still struggle to get diagnosed

By James Brown, Associate Professor in Biology and Biomedical Science, Aston University
Alex Conner, Associate Professor in Biomedical Sciences, University of Birmingham
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Many of us think of ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) as a childhood condition – which is typically when it’s diagnosed. But a growing number of people are sharing their experiences of being diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood. Social media has even played a role in this, with reports of people going to see their doctor after…

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