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Phosphatidylserine Benefits in Children

Since children may be more susceptible to toxicities of dietary supplements, do not give your child any supplement (including phosphatidylserine) without discussing it with your child's healthcare provider first. If you are interested in using phosphatidylserine to treat a child with ADHD, be sure to discuss this (and other ADHD treatment options) with your child's healthcare provider.
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