Stunning data in this Wall Street Journal piece — 1 in 4 kids and teens are on prescription drugs. What’s more, researchers say the long-term impact of drugs on kids isn’t clear. First and foremost, this raises all sorts of questions about why this generation’s parents are so willing — even pleased in the case of several parents I know — that their child has been diagnosed with ADD and more than happy to put the child on a lifelong path of pills. And then there are the legal implications over unknown long-term consequences. Can you say lawsuit?