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Children with ADHD more likely to receive medication if they live in poorer areas

the first UK study to show an association between deprivation and the likelihood of receiving medication for ADHD

CAMBRIDGE, England (PRWEB) February 07, 2020
Children with ADHD from the poorest areas are significantly more likely to receive medication as children with ADHD from the most affluent areas, according to the first UK study of its kind.
Previous research has shown that children in poorer areas are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD. This new research in BJPsych Open, published on behalf of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, is the first UK study to show an association between deprivation and the likelihood of receiving medication for ADHD.
The finding is unlikely to have a single, simple explanation, but suggests that children from poorer areas are less able to benefit from treatments which don’t involve medication, such a behavioural management classes for parents. Parents in poorer areas may find it more difficult to attend these regular classes, because of economic insecurity, for example working multiple jobs.
Dr Samuel Nunn, junior doctor at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and lead author of the paper, said, “This finding is important because it has implications for those in clinical practice and for policymakers. Further research would inform development of possible interventions to tackle the effects of social deprivation, though progress may be difficult unless the broader social determinants of health are addressed.”
Researchers investigated a sample of 1,354 young people with a diagnosis of ADHD in the Sheffield area. Household postcodes were used to derive a standard measure of socioeconomic deprivation.
Statistical analysis showed that higher deprivation was associated with a higher likelihood of receiving medication, after controlling for age, sex, religion, ethnicity and the presence of other diagnoses.
Read the full open access article from BJPsych Open: http://bit.ly/2SmsqFE

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Polyolefin Catalyst Market is Likely to Reach $3.1 Billion by 2026, Says Global Market Insights Inc.

The growth of the polyolefin catalyst market is driven by rising demand from major end-use industries together with favorable trends in crude oil prices, says this report.
Press Release – updated: Feb 3, 2020 04:30 EST

SELBYVILLE, Del., February 3, 2020 (Newswire.com) – According to the report published by Global Market Insights, Inc., the global polyolefin catalyst market was valued at $2.1 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to hit $3.1 billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of 4.8% from 2019 to 2026. The report provides a detailed evaluation of the market size & estimations, top winning strategies, key investment pockets, drivers & opportunities, wavering market trends, and competitive scenario.
The demand for packaged goods has increased owing to the rising urbanization in combination with the growing global economies. Packaging plays an important role as it is a part and parcel of home delivery, significantly impacting logistics as well as customer satisfaction. As per the Tetra Pak Index, the internet is boosting online grocery shopping and revolutionizing the grocery trade, taking a greater share of the food retail sector.
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Key reasons for polyolefin catalyst market growth:
Rising consumer spending trends and surging disposable income levels in developing nations.
The growing need for replacing heavy parts with lightweight materials in aerospace and automotive applications.
Developments in the biomedical industry that would create new potential uses of polyolefin components.
2026 forecasts show growing consumption across various industries with infrastructure & construction leading the charge:
Based on the classification, polypropylene and polyethylene plastics are majorly consumed by industries like packaging, infrastructure & construction, medical, agriculture, automotive, construction, electrical & electronics, and pharmaceutical.
Increasing construction spending together with rising infrastructural investments and government infrastructure projects are anticipated to fuel the growth of the polyolefin catalyst market over the projected time period.
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North America to continue the supply of crude oil reserves:
Based on geography, the North American region has an ample supply of polyolefins due to the region’s abundant crude oil reserves. Several U.S.-based manufacturers are expanding their polyolefin production capacities. Simultaneously, the Asia Pacific region has gained wide popularity in recent times. The growing oil and gas activities along with enormous growth in the regional end-user sector has positively impacted the polyolefin catalyst industry.
Leading market players:
Leading players analyzed in the global polyolefin catalyst market include LyondellBasell Industries NV, ExxonMobil and The Dow Inc., and others. These players are primarily involved in different strategies such as mergers & acquisitions, partnerships, collaborations, new product launches, and others to gain a strong position in the global industry.
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