ORLANDO, Fla. — As classes start across the region and the promise of academic stress builds, more students are looking for something stronger than caffeine to keep them alert and focused. They are turning to stimulants intended to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD.
Academic doping, as the trend is known, has surged in the past two years, and the abuse potential has spiked among students, according to Frank Granett, author of “Over Medicating Our Youth.”
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