When stars start to get over exposed during data collection, their core may become a different colour than the normally exposed outer halo. When the stacked image is stretched using MaskedStretch in PixInsight, stars are stretched less than dimmer parts. This means that stars in the stretched image are not saturated, and can display an odd colour. PixInsight has a script that can correct star cores of partially saturated stars. It is called "Repaired HSV Separation", and can be found under Scripts -> Utilities. The script should be applied just before the first stretch. It will decompose the colour image into H, Sv, and V colour components, and repair the colour values of the stars.
The different components are then to be combined using the ChannelCombination process (which is under ColorSpaces).
Alejandro Tombolini (who brought this script to my attention), recommends to use the unrepaired V channel when combining the channels. But experiment to find out if the repaired or unrepaired V channel works best. Be sure to select the HSV colour space.