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Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder:A Rhetorical Analysis of a Web Article posted by the CDCAttention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder more commonly referred to as ADHD has become one of the leading mental disorders of the modern day starting at childhood and lasting into adulthood (CDC, 2014).ADHD is described in this article as being a multi-leveled and sometimes a very difficult to diagnose disorder. The article provides different methods to help explain how ADHD is diagnosed along with some steps parents can take to help control this disorder. In creating this web page the CDC has provided a summary look at this disorder to create awareness and possibly help point parents in the right directions to seek help. Given the perceived authority the CDC name carries as a government agency, there is a strong connotation for parents concerned about their children to have them evaluated. After reading this article several times I found a lot of contradictory thoughts. I found it interesting how all of the indications of ADHD could mean a child has it, or it could mean nothing. The CDC has creating a feeling for the reader that ADHD is so common that almost