A fresh study finds.

ADHD drugs associated with weight gain in kids Children identified as having attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder tend to gain more excess weight than their peers as they enter their teen years, a fresh study finds. The pounds differences seem to be most pronounced for kids who had used stimulant medications to regulate their symptoms, suggesting that there could be something about the medications themselves that aggravate the nagging problem, the researchers said.Relating to his mom Karen, Elliot Knott, 14, of Charminster, Dorset, who injured his back in an ice-skating accident on New Year’s Eve, was told he would have to wait 17 weeks for a scheduled appointment with a consultant, and then another 9 months for the operation. Related StoriesCerapedics' i-FACTOR Peptide Improved Bone Graft gets FDA acceptance for use in cervical spine surgeryFirst hospital installs Ortho Vision AnalyzerGlan Clwyd Hospital N Wales spend money on Esaote's G-Scan MRI device for weight-bearing scanningElliot, a sporty dynamic lad, who captained the West Dorset Warriors swimming group and attends Thomas Hardye College, is suffering from spondylolisthesis, a condition which develops whenever a vertebra slips out of collection in the spine and presses on a nerve.