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Topic - Craig Garfield
"We know that girls are more likely to show signs of inattention as opposed to hyperactivity, and therefore, the disorder often goes unnoticed and untreated," said Craig Garfield, a pediatrician with Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, in USA Today.
With fathers increasingly spending time on child care, including taking their kids to routine doctor visits, it's important for pediatricians to pay attention to dads' mental health, Garfield said.