Red #40, Blue #1, Yellow #6 - a rainbow of food dyes. Josh Roulston/Flickr hide caption

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FDA Probes Link Between Food Dyes, Kids' Behavior

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Tyler Scorza, 7, had his tonsils removed last year to help with his snoring. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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Say Aaa! Then Zzz: Tonsillectomy Helps Kids Sleep

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According to Dr. Lidy Pelsser's study, 64 percent of children diagnosed with ADHD are actually experiencing a hypersensitivity to food. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Study: Diet May Help ADHD Kids More Than Drugs

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