New York Times article Ritalin Gone Wrong - Childrens ADD Drugs Dont Work Long-Term http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/29/opinion/sunday/childrens-add-drugs-dont-work-long-term.html This isn't directly related to CFS, but for anyone interested in ADD/ADHD, or medical research in general, it's a fascinating read, and explains that so much ADD research has been misleading, because it's been based on only short-term results. It explains that the consensus medical opinion about ADD/ADHD has been mistaken. It blows apart what I understood about ADD and ADHD. The article highlights flaws within the medical and research communities, which has led to bad decisions. Just like with CFS, it seems that this condition has been misunderstood, possibly as a result of too much influence by a particular niche vested interest with a lot of resources at its disposal. In this case the vested interest would probably have been the drugs companies (possibly with the assistance of psychiatrists or neurologists), as opposed to just psychiatrists in the case of CFS.