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Inside Your Health: Neurosigma

April 29, 2019 09:26 AM

Nearly one in 10 Minnesota children has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Two thirds of those children are on prescription medication because that has been the only FDA-approved option. A new device may stand as a viable alternative. 

KSTP Medical Expert Dr. Archelle Georgiou explained the device for 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS viewers on Sunday.

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