04/02/2013 12:59pmAn article from Sunday's New York Times is making the rounds on Facebook -- and it's concerning many parents. It claims that 11 percent of the nation's children have received a medical diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder according to the CDC. And it says the rates are rising. Is is accurate? And what is happening?
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