Is there a double standard for study drugs?

So it’s cheating if a student with no learning disorder uses Adderall to study but it’s totally okay if the student has been diagnosed with Attention-Deficit Disorder—a condition with no objective measures for identification and one that’s said to be wildly over diagnosed—and uses prescribed stimulants when he’s got a lot of work to do?

Washington Monthly web editor Daniel Luzer, writing in The Huffington Post about Wesleyan University’s banning of “study drugs,” and whether using them really constitutes cheating.