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The study evaluates an effective FDA-approved drug for adults with insomnia

STONY BROOK, NY, May 15, 2006 – Children with ADHD often have trouble getting to sleep. This adds to ADHD symptoms of not being able to pay attention, not being able to focus, and difficulty remembering things. The medicine they take that helps those symptoms sometimes makes it harder for children to sleep. A 12-week clinical trial conducted by Stony Brook University Hospital’s Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry may help ADHD children sleep better at night. The trial tests a Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved medication that has helped adults with insomnia sleep better. The study will help evaluate whether the medication is just as effective in improving insomnia for children. To be eligible for the trial, each child must be 6 to 17 years of age, in stable treatment for ADHD, and without another medical illness or taking medicine for other conditions (such as allergies). Compensation is provided to parents of the children for time spent on the trial and travel. Trial enrollment continues through mid-June 2006. For more information and to enroll in this study, call Stony Brook University Hospital’s HealthConnect® at 631-444-4000.

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