Do Synthetic Food Dyes Affect Kids' Behavior?

A comprehensive new study validates parents' concerns

“Fruit” snacks. Colorful breakfast cereals. Flavored drinks. When you stop and think about it, you realize that most of the kid-oriented products sold in the grocery store are artificially colored in some way—to better draw children’s attention, to convey that all-important sense of “fun,” and in some cases to mislead parents into believing a product co…

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