Turns out that hyperactivity in childhood can have lifelong consequences after all. "In a new study," Newsweek reported in its July 26 edition, "researchers in New York found that, when hyperactive kids reach adulthood, they're disproportionately uneducated, underemployed and plagued by mental problems." According to the article, hyperactive children are also four times more likely than their peers to grow up and start a business.

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