Do You Let Your Kids Have Energy Drinks?
According to published reports, some energy drinks have as much or more caffeine than coffee or soda. The Mayo Clinic website has a list of the caffeine content of various beverages. For example, a 12 oz. can of Diet Coke has 47 milligrams of caffeine, whereas a 16 oz. can of Monster Energy contains 160 milligrams, according to the site.
Do you let your children have energy drinks?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.