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Caffeine powder overdose: Who's protecting teens? - CSMonitor.com



A mere 1/16th of a teaspoon can contain about 200 milligrams of caffeine, roughly the equivalent of two large cups of coffee. That means a heaping teaspoon could kill, said Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill ?Hospital in New York. The powder is almost impossible to measure with common kitchen tools, the FDA said. <br>Source: http://www.csmonitor.com/The-Culture/Family/2014/0719/Caffeine-powder-overdose-Who-s-protecting-teens












Death puts focus on caffeine powder dangers - The Dispatch



At times, he appears adrift in his surroundings, a loud locker room on the South Side or a vociferous crowd at a jam-packed stadium. Then there are times when he's fully engaged with his teammates, who have grown accustomed to his business-like approach. aIt's a business, but you've got to have fun,a Timmons said. aIt's good have teammates like (defensive end) Cam (Heyward) and (offensive tackle) Marcus Gilbert who enjoy coming to work as much as I do. <br>Source: http://triblive.com/sports/steelers/6444897-74/timmons-steelers-defense





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Over a week or so this month, the center took reports of three people hospitalized for misusing caffeine powder. "I can't believe you can buy this," Spiller said. "Honestly, I mean, it's frightening. It makes no sense to me." Federal investigations have recently prompted some companies to pull products with added caffeine. Last year, Wrigley halted sales and marketing of Alert caffeinated gum after discussions with the FDA. In 2010, the agency forced manufacturers of alcoholic caffeinated beverages to cease production of those drinks. Authorities have also pledged to take action if they are able to link deaths to consumption of energy drinks. <br>Source: http://www.cdispatch.com/news/article.asp?aid=34937



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