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By Laura Ungar
As a preschooler, Cherrish Slaymaker was a tiny tempest — at times defiant, other times bouncing distractedly from toy to toy at daycare, while other children were absorbed in play.
Amanda Slaymaker hoped her daughter's troubling behavior was just a phase, but a medical evaluation showed otherwise — Cherrish had Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, which afflicts Kentucky children at the highest rates in the nation.
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