Two telehealth company execs arrested over ADHD drug sales

Two telehealth company execs arrested over ADHD drug sales

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Federal prosecutors charged two digital health company executives with carrying out a 100-million-dollar fraud scheme, distributing more than 40 million pills of Adderall and other prescription stimulants whether or not patients qualified. NBC News’ Maggie Vespa reports.