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Study May Tie Food Additives to Hyperactivity

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Study May Tie Food Additives to Hyperactivity

Children's Health

Study May Tie Food Additives to Hyperactivity

Study May Tie Food Additives to Hyperactivity

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Some parents have suspected for years that certain additives or colorings in processed food seem to have an effect on their children's attentiveness and behavior. Now, a study in the medical journal Lancet suggests that there might be something to that theory.

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