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The effects of a double blind, placebo controlled, artificial food colourings and benzoate preservative challenge on hyperactivity in a general population sample of preschool children.

Bateman B, Warner JO, Hutchinson E, Dean T, Rowlandson P, Gant C, Grundy J, Fitzgerald C, Stevenson J.

Arch Dis Child. 2004 Jun;89(6):506-11. Erratum in: Arch Dis Child. 2005 Aug;90(8):875.

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Effects of a few food diet in attention deficit disorder.

Carter CM, Urbanowicz M, Hemsley R, Mantilla L, Strobel S, Graham PJ, Taylor E.

Arch Dis Child. 1993 Nov;69(5):564-8.

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Hyperkinesis and diet: a double-blind crossover trial with a tartrazine challenge.

Levy F, Dumbrell S, Hobbes G, Ryan M, Wilton N, Woodhill JM.

Med J Aust. 1978 Jan 28;1(2):61-4.

PMID:
349320
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Artificial food colouring and hyperactivity symptoms in children.

[No authors listed]

Prescrire Int. 2009 Oct;18(103):215.

PMID:
19882794
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Effect of artificial food colours on childhood behaviour.

Pollock I, Warner JO.

Arch Dis Child. 1990 Jan;65(1):74-7.

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Diet and hyperkinesis--an update.

Lipton MA, Mayo JP.

J Am Diet Assoc. 1983 Aug;83(2):132-4.

PMID:
6875141
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[Food additives can increase hyperactivity in children. Results from a British study confirm the connection].

Silfverdal SA, Hernell O.

Lakartidningen. 2008 Feb 6-12;105(6):354-5. Swedish. No abstract available.

PMID:
18380351
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[Effect of an oligo-antigen diet on the behavior of hyperkinetic children].

Schulte-K├Ârne G, Deimel W, Gutenbrunner C, Hennighausen K, Blank R, Rieger C, Remschmidt H.

Z Kinder Jugendpsychiatr Psychother. 1996 Sep;24(3):176-83. German.

PMID:
9459674
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Synthetic food colors and hyperactivity in children: a double-blind challenge experiment.

Harley JP, Matthews CG, Eichman P.

Pediatrics. 1978 Dec;62(6):975-83.

PMID:
366539
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Physiological changes in hyperactive children following the ingestion of food additives.

Salamy J, Shucard D, Alexander H, Peterson D, Braud L.

Int J Neurosci. 1982 May;16(3-4):241-6.

PMID:
7169286
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Hyperkinesis and food additives: testing the Feingold hypothesis.

Harley JP, Ray RS, Tomasi L, Eichman PL, Matthews CG, Chun R, Cleeland CS, Traisman E.

Pediatrics. 1978 Jun;61(6):818-28.

PMID:
353681
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Randomized, controlled, crossover trial of methylphenidate in pervasive developmental disorders with hyperactivity.

Research Units on Pediatric Psychopharmacology Autism Network.

Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2005 Nov;62(11):1266-74.

PMID:
16275814
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A comparison of ritalin and adderall: efficacy and time-course in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

Pelham WE, Aronoff HR, Midlam JK, Shapiro CJ, Gnagy EM, Chronis AM, Onyango AN, Forehand G, Nguyen A, Waxmonsky J.

Pediatrics. 1999 Apr;103(4):e43.

PMID:
10103335
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Hyperkinesis, nutrition, and the Feingold diet: implications for rehabilitation specialists.

Lindsey JD, Frith GH.

J Rehabil. 1982 Jul-Sep;48(3):69-71. No abstract available.

PMID:
7175881
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In rebuttal. Food additives and hyperkinesis.

Weiss B.

Am J Dis Child. 1980 Dec;134(12):1126-8. No abstract available.

PMID:
7446498
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Foods and additives are common causes of the attention deficit hyperactive disorder in children.

Boris M, Mandel FS.

Ann Allergy. 1994 May;72(5):462-8. Review.

PMID:
8179235
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