Federal health advisers are considering putting stronger warning labels on drugs that treat "attention deficit hyperactivity disorder."
They say reports of psychosis or mania in children have been associated with the increasingly popular medications used to treat "ADHD."
FDA officials say patients and doctors should be made aware that a small number of adverse events, particularly hallucinations, could represent side effects.
They can't yet pinpoint a definitive link to the drugs.
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