It would be nice if the person who writes your article headlines also read the whole article. The headline for Rich Lowry’s article in Friday’s paper (Real crisis is overdiagnosis of fake diseases like ADHD) clearly implies that ADHD is a fake disease yet the article states, “There is no doubt that ADHD is a legitimate neurological condition that makes kids...” Which is it, fake or legitimate?
This content is only available to subscribers of The Daily Advance print and/or e-edition. If you are a current subscriber and have established a user name and password, you can log in. If you have not established your user name and passwords, click here to set up your information.
To become a subscriber, click here.