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Additives DO harm children - and a ban could cut child hyperactivity by a third, say scientists

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The number of hyperactive children could be cut by a third by banning suspect food additives, it is claimed today.

The finding by British scientists will put pressure on the Food Standards Agency to force manufacturers to stop using the "E-number" chemicals.

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