ADD: Most Common Diagnosis in Child Suicides

Nearly a third of the children aged 5 to 11 who were considered for the study had a known mental health problem.

A new study suggests that ADD is the most common diagnosis in child suicides

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This article originally appeared on Medical Daily. Suicide is always a hard topic to address, and losing a child to suicide can be especially difficult for a family to comprehend. Although many individuals who choose to take their own lives often suffer from depression, a new study has found that attention deficit disorder (ADD) is actually….repubhubembed{display:none;}