Food Coloring and BehaviorArticle English OPEN
J Gordon Millichap; (1994)
- Publisher: Pediatric Neurology Briefs Publishers
- Journal: Pediatric Neurology Briefs (issn: 1043-3155, eissn: 2166-6482)
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Subject: food coloring and behavioral | RJ1-570 | synthetic colorings | Pediatrics | placebo
mesheuropmc: sense organs | digestive, oral, and skin physiology
The association between the ingestion of tartrazine synthetic food coloring and behavioral change in children referred for assessment of hyperactivity was investigated at the Royal Children’s Hospital, University of Melbourne, Australia.