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Statistics show that gender, race, geography, insurance, and income are the greatest risk factors that determine the likelihood that your child will be diagnosed with ADHD.

13.7% of boys in the U.S. are diagnosed with ADHD versus 5.9% of girls in the U.S.

11.5% of Native American children in the U.S. are diagnosed with ADHD versus 2.5% of Asian children in the U.S.

18.7% of kids in Kentucky have been diagnosed with ADHD versus 5.6% of kids in Nevada.

13.1% of children on Medicaid are diagnosed with ADHD versus 8.4% of children on private insurance versus 6.2% of children with no insurance.

13.1% of children whose family income is below the poverty threshold are diagnosed with ADHD versus 8.9% of children whose family income is 200-399% above the poverty threshold.

Still think ADHD is a disorder stemming from a chemical imbalance in the brain?