Prescription stimulant abuse on the rise in white-collar America

Prescription stimulant abuse on the rise in white-collar America

America’s white-collar working class has found a larger demand for prescription stimulants to increase work performance. According to Express Scripts, the country’s largest prescription-drug manager, roughly 2.6 million American adults have received ADHD medication in 2012, which marks a 53 percent increase over just the past four years. Use among adults 26 to 34 years old also doubled. Read more