Could Increased Cases of ADHD Be a COVID Side Effect in Children?

Could the biological co-effects of COVID-19 result in more children producing ADHD symptoms? James Swanson, professor of pediatrics at the University of California, thinks so. Using the 1918 flu pandemic as a reference, Swanson estimated that COVID-19 would produce 5 million individuals with new-onset symptoms related to ADHD. "I think that severe COVID-19 will probably be related to severe residual sequelae, and that mild or asymptomatic COVID-19 may be associated with less severe...

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