Ritalin fears

17th March 2000 at 00:00
DOCTORS in the UK are prescribing too many mind-altering drugs to children the United Nations agency, the International Drus Control board, has warned. Prescriptions for Ritalin, for example, rose from 3,500 in 1993 to 126,500 in 1998.


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