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2 Your Health: Studies Link Artificial Dyes with ADHD

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A new study shows children may be consuming more artificial dyes used in foods than previously thought.

Some studies have linked these artificial food dyes with ADHD in kids.

Purdue researchers say some cereals have up to 30 percent higher levels of artificial food coloring than is listed on the package.

Food companies disagree with the study, saying it has inaccurate findings.

In 2011, the FDA rejected a warning label for artificial food coloring, saying more study needs to be done on its connection to ADHD.

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First responders in Portland, Oregon, helped a 900 pound woman move to another room in her home.

Sharon Hall-Dodson hasn't left her bedroom in two years.

Health care workers have made a plan for her to transition to her living room, so she can get access to equipment that will help her improve her health.

Hall-Dodson will begin physical therapy soon and hopes to walk again one day.

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