A new study has looked at children's diets as a means of treating ADHD. Can avoiding junk food really affect hyperactivity?
The FDA might soon weigh on on whether or not added food dyes contribute to hyperactivity.
A new study published this week found an association between "Western-style" diets and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in teens.
In a study of 1,000 children, researchers found that those who had high levels of certain pesticides were almost twice as likely to develop ADHD.