Wednesday, September 24, 2008

That would explain a few things ...

"Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system, so 'It's a good idea for people to know how much they're taking,' said Jackie Buell, director of sports nutrition at Ohio State University. ... Symptoms of ingesting too much caffeine, called caffeine intoxication, include nervousness, anxiety, diarrhea, tremors, insomnia and a rapid heart rate. ... Poison-control centers now regularly field caffeine-related calls involving teens."

Jolted by studies, researchers want caffeine labels on energy drinks by Kevin Mayhood

2 comments:

Dan Greenfield said...

I hope Diet Mountain Dew doesn't fall under this :-)

Andy Rupert said...

In your case, I don't think the police will have to be called. Just hand over the bottle and everything will be all right. :)