Evelyn Wood Approved –

Jan. 22, 2018 – About 10 hours had passed – and she felt like she could still keep going. Her focus and alertness were aided by a small orange pill – Adderall, a prescription stimulant prescribed for disorders, like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy, that she does not have. Adderall is generally recognized as a “study drug” for students without these disorders because of its ability to boost productivity and extend wakefulness. The freshman is one of 14 students who said in interviews that they’ve used these easily accessible drugs, especially during the stressful midterm and final exam period, to compensate for procrastinating school work and to meet approaching course deadlines. The students all spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the subject.
Full Story @ GWHatchet.com


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