Treatment: Discontinue Propylene Glycol Intake

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Discontinue Propylene Glycol Intake

Propylene Glycol is a food additive also found in shampoo, soap and antifreeze. Studies have shown a very small correlation between Propylene Glycol ingestion and hyperactivity and inattentiveness. Discontinuing use of Propylene Glycol intake means avoiding foods and medications containing the organic compound.

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Last updated on Dec 10 2011 at 03:44
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