This week’s survey results reinforce the actual fact that AD/HD is a real and critical disorder, noted Marie Paxson, president of the CHADD board of spokeswoman and directors for AD/HD Awareness Week. While often mistaken for a childhood disorder alone, AD/HD is extremely prevalent in the united states, and as this survey shows, it affects more adults than a lot of people realize. Also according to survey results, of the group reporting a later-life diagnosis of AD/HD, almost 45 % reported being divorced at least one time, when compared with 17 % of those identified as having AD/HD before senior high school.Related StoriesResearchers successfully fix nerve cell harm in Alzheimer's dementiaAmgen's IMLYGIC receives positive opinion from CHMP for treatment of melanomaUniversity of Leicester awarded BBSRC grant to explore 3 key areas that influence human wellness We believe the Patent Reform Action of 2011 can help strengthen and improve our nation’s patent program for all users even though preserving the incentives essential to spur the creation of high-wage, high-value careers and sustain America’s global leadership in innovation.