Sep 25

After a summer hiatus, we are back! Johns Hopkins researchers, who have spent decades researching the effects of caffeine, report that the onslaught of caffeinated energy drinks available in stores should carry prominent warning labels noting the dose of caffeine and the potential health risks. Can an energy drink land you in the ER? Yes it can and Dr Jim explains now…

If you know a child or adolescent who has suffered ill affects from caffeine, click HERE to alert Johns Hopkins researchers.

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2 Responses to “Energy Drinks – Johns Hopkins Researchers Issue Warning”

  1. 1. enliteneer Says:

    Nice breakdown of how much caffeine is many popular drinks:
    http://www.energyfiend.com/the-caffeine-database

  2. 2. Dr Jim Says:

    Thanks enliteneer, always great comments. Glad to see the comment system is working okay again.

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