Nation Obsessed With Social Media Wonders Why ADD On the Rise

CHICAGO, IL – Recent articles, books, and studies show that a nation obsessed with social media sites like Vine, Twitter, and Instagram wonders why on earth Attention Deficit Disorder could possibly be on the rise. “I just don’t understand it,” said Dr. Philip Stone, a renowned psychologist, as he stared down at his iPhone 5 chuckling. “Oh man. Jimmy Fallon has the best Tweets, I swear.” On the Ellen DeGeneres Show, author Edward M. Hallowell discussed the best ways to deal with ADD and its hyperactive sister ADHD before Ellen showed the “Vine of the Day,” a sweet 7 second video showing a girl singing two bars of music in Central Park. Additionally, Snapchat founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy vowed yesterday to create more awareness of ADD and ADHD by sending “Stop ADD” promotional pictures that will self-delete in 3 seconds. A final investigative study showed that you’ve probably already stopped reading this article because someone “Liked” one of your BuzzFeed shares on Facebook and you just have to see who it is. Go ahead. We’ll wait.



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