FDA Approves Device To Treat ADHD

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved a small, battery-powered device designed to treat ADHD in children while they sleep.

The device attaches to the child's head above the eyebrows and gives off a low-level electrical pulse. It comes at cost though, the device is not yet covered by insurance, so it comes with a $1000 price tag.


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