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Food Dyes: Harmless or Harmful? from Healthline

Food dyes are artificial chemicals added to foods in order to change their color. This article looks at the research behind their effects on your health.

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FD&C Yellow 5: What It Is, Health Effects, Cancer Risk, and More from Healthline

Yellow 5 is an artificial food coloring that has been shown to have some negative side effects in certain studies. But the FDA says it's safe. We'll tell you the research and let you decide.

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Food Dyes: Are They Safe? from doctoroz.com

Companies have long been adding dyes to a myriad of products including food, candies, drinks, toothpastes and shampoos. They do it because these dyes are cheaper, more stable and brighter than most natural colorings. However, how safe are these chemicals? Could it be putting your family at risk?

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Rainbow Risks: 6 Artificial Food Colors You Need To Know About from The Healthy

Artificial colorings are added to many different foods. They may make your food look pretty, but there can be hidden risks.

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The Hidden Health Risks of Food Dyes from EatingWell

How bad is Red 40 and more synthetic dyes?

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Color Additive Status List from U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Color Additive Status List

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Move Over, Yellow 6. More Natural Colors From Plants Are Coming from NPR.org

From purple carrots and cabbage to grapes, the food industry is finding new ways to derive natural colors from plants. It's happening just as consumers are pushing Big Food to ditch artificial colors.

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Should You Be Worried About Food Dyes? from US News & World Report

The truth about how color additives affect health.

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EWG Skin Deep® | What is FD&C YELLOW 6 from EWG

EWG’s Skin Deep rates thousands of personal care product ingredients, culled from ingredient labels on products, based on hazard information pulled from the scientific literature and industry, academic and regulatory databases.

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Food Coloring Is Probably Bad for Us. It’s Also Unnecessary. Why Hasn’t the FDA Banned It? from Slate Magazine

In Britain, McDonald’s fries have four ingredients: potatoes, vegetable oil, dextrose, and salt. In the U.S., McDonald’s fries have a whopping 19...

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FD&C Yellow No. 6 (Inactive Ingredient) - Drugs.com from Drugs.com

Learn about FD&C Yellow No. 6 and find medications that contain this inactive ingredient.

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Food Dyes Linked to Cancer, ADHD, Allergies | Food Safety News from Food Safety News

These days it's ordinary to cool off with a magenta popsicle or quench thirst with a neon green sports drink. Vibrantly colored foods have become the

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Artificial Food Coloring: Good or Bad? from Food Network

Sure, artificial food coloring makes food look more appealing, but they also contain plenty of chemicals. Are they safe? Learn more about what these food additives are made of and where to find (and avoid) them.

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Yellow fever from

WHO fact sheet about yellow fever, an acute viral haemorrhagic disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes. It provides key facts and information on signs and symptoms, populations at risk, transmission, treatment, prevention, WHO response.

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