Adderall Discount Cards from Now Help Families Afford ADHD Medication

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The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM5) says that about 5% of children in the United States have attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. Boys are diagnosed more often than girls, and numbers vary by state, with some states reaching as high as 18% of children diagnosed with ADHD. When children aren't properly medicated, the extra care they require puts a huge strain on teachers, students, and parents. Children with untreated ADHD also tend to have more injuries than undiagnosed children. To avoid these negative consequences, is helping to make prescription drugs more affordable for families who need ADHD medications like Adderal and Ritalin.

Medication discount cards offer patients steep discounts of 10-75% on many brand name and generic prescription drugs. These savings can make all the difference to families who struggle to afford drugs like Adderall, Wellbutrin, or Tenex. These free cards are available to those who are uninsured, as well as those whose insurance does not cover all needed prescriptions. Helping families afford their prescriptions helps keep healthcare costs down for everyone. It's estimated that 15% of annual nationwide healthcare costs stem from medication non-compliance. Taking medications correctly saves everyone money while keeping patients healthier.

Free discount cards for ADHD drugs like Ritalin or Adderall can be printed on a home computer from There is no charge for the card, and no medical questionnaire or paperwork. Cards may also be mailed to patients upon request, and may be used immediately at any of thousands of pharmacies nationwide—both chains and local pharmacies. Adderall discount cards and other prescription cards offer discounts of 10-75%. There is no limit to how many times or how often the card may be used; and cards do not expire. Helping families afford their medications is more cost effective for everyone, and can help.

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