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Q: Does sugar re­ally make chil­dren hy­per­ac­tive? A: No

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Body and Soul - - NEWS -

So says US pae­di­a­tri­cian Dr Mark Wol­raich. Rather, par­ents tend to blame sugar. A study in the Jour­nal of Ab­nor­mal Child Psy­chol­ogy found mums rated their sons as more hyper when told they’d had a sugar hit, even if they hadn’t. We’re not con­vinced every par­ent will be­lieve this re­search...

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