Well, no sooner than I rant about ADD and ADHD not really existing, MSNBC informs me of this:
It’s a common chronic disorder that affects about eight million grown-ups, or an estimated four to five percent of the U.S. adult population, according to researchers from Harvard Medical School and the World Health Organization. What’s surprising is that only about 20 percent of them realize it, experts say.
That’s just great. Before long we’ll have a diagnosis for every excuse people may have.