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From Tilbury, Ontario, Canada:

My eight year old niece has been having some weird outbursts and at times, aggression. One minute she is fine, and then her behavior will suddenly change. Her diet consists of many carbs due her finicky eating habits, so her mother and I were wondering if this could be creating a sugar problem that may be causing these behaviors.


This is not likely to represent a problem with blood sugars. The best resource for help with this problem is your niece's pediatrician.


Original posting 31 Aug 2003
Posted to Diagnosis and Symptoms


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