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WebMD Medical News , Sept. 11, 2000 -- When Pat Patterson, a school counselor from Atlanta, learned four years ago that his daughter, Bess, had ADHD, he hoped she could avoid taking strong stimulant drugs. Patterson has ADHD himself, and had experienced side effects after several years of taking Ritalin.

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