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Study Suggests Link Between Dye, ADHD in Kids

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Study Suggests Link Between Dye, ADHD in Kids

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Study Suggests Link Between Dye, ADHD in Kids

Study Suggests Link Between Dye, ADHD in Kids

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Your kids could become hyper because of the coloring in their food. That's the results of a new study suggesting that reducing food additives could decrease hyperactive behavior in children. Dr. Sydney Spiesel speaks with Madeleine Brand about the study's findings.