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Quincy G. Hall ENG-105December 13, 2016Jennifer Chinn Rhetorical AnalysisADHD is a very common childhood neurodevelopmental disorder. The CDC posted an article “Facts about ADHD” in 2016 that discusses the signs, symptoms, treatment and potential causes of the disorder. The CDC grabs the reader’s attention by opening with the article mentioning the more serious symptoms of the disorder, then goes on to list the entire list of signs and symptoms. The CDC then goes on to inform the reader on the different types of ADHD and makes the claim that there are multiple types of ADHD and the strongest indications that the child may have the disorder vary depending on the type of ADHD. The CDC gives a very informative yet emotional article on ADHD that would benefit those who come in contact with people that live with the disorder. The article begins by discussing the signs and symptoms that a child may exhibit when the have the disorder. The CDC then goes on to discuss the different types of ADHD. The first type, Predominantly Inattentive Presentation, this type of ADHD makes it hard for a child to complete a task. Next, Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Presentation, is the type that