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Have you ever heard of the phrase "boys will boys" when it comes to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? Well, it turns out that females can have ADHD too - but they are less likely to be diagnosed. In fact, only one out of every three females with ADHD are classified as such. This can have serious consequences for their emotional well-being, as ADHD can lead to low self-esteem and other psychological issues. It's time to recognize that ADHD isn't a "males' issue" - it affects both genders, and we need to ensure that females get the support they need.

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