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Case Study: Billy is a 9 year old boy whose parents believe he has Òa problem with sugar.Ó They do not allow him to eat candy, cookies, cakes, ice cream or sodas at home. He went to a big, fun-packed birthday party one day and ate cake and ice cream, drank soda and had candy. He came home Òbouncing off the walls.Ó
¥What other explanations could account for his behavior besides having Òa problem with sugar?Ó

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    What is an Òa problem?

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