A nine-month investigation by The Athletic raises troubling questions about abnormally high ADHD rates among University of North Carolina athletes and their use of prescription medications, and asks why these high levels of ADHD were not disclosed in papers coming out of the UNC’s renowned brain injury research center. The investigation calls into question the validity of research papers on concussions, some of which have influenced NCAA policy.
The Athletic's 3-part video series on UNC can be seen here:
The Athletic's report about the absence of critical data from UNC's renowned concussion research center:
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