ADHD Medicines to Reduce Highway Crashes

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UVA Evaluates ADHD Medicines to Reduce Highway Crashes

Researchers Study Whether Extended-Release Drug Improves Driving Safety

University of Virginia School of Medicine researchers are determining whether an extended-release medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can improve highway safety and help prevent accidents – especially during the hours when drivers’ risk of crashing is greatest.

Daniel Cox, PhD, a leading expert in driving safety for people with ADHD, will use UVA’s high-tech driving simulator to compare the driving ability of people on the extended-release medication with their ability while on another established ADHD medication of shorter duration.

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