When you think of drug rehab, cocaine and heroin may come to mind, but some different drugs are sending an exploding number of kids into treatment.
Concerns about synthetic food dyes led many manufacturers in Europe to stop using then. But as CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist reports, the dyes are used here in everything from cereal to crackers to toothpaste.
A new study by researchers at Children’s Memorial Hospital offers a dietary alternative for parents who don’t want their hyperactive children treated with medicine.
An increasing number of adults are getting the ADHD diagnosis. But confronting the disorder head-on can change lives, CBS 2′s Dana Kozlov reports.
Imagine running from pharmacy to pharmacy to fill a prescription only to learn your much needed drugs were nowhere to be found.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has begun looking into the possible link between food coloring and hyperactive behavior in children.