Doctors and parents worry about ADHD medication shortage ahead of new school year
Doctors and parents are worried about a shortage of ADHD medication ahead of the upcoming school year.
The FDA posted information about more shortages in July. Some parents and educators say the scarcity could have an impact on learning.
Some parents report having to skip or ration pills for the children because their pharmacies are out of medicine.
Drugmakers say they are working to resolve the issue, but it will likely linger for the foreseeable future.