Fewer Kids on Psychotropic Drugs

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By Molly Clifton

The percentage of kids being prescribed psychotropic drugs appears to be dropping.

The pills can be used to treat ADHD, anxiety and other mental health disorders.

Use of the drugs peaked around 2005 but then started falling when health officials warned of possible side effects like heart problems.



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