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Lebron James may get his morning jolt of caffeine from a dissolvable strip, but you might want to stick to coffee or even soda pop. Practically freebasing the stuff from a gel strip you put in your mouth? Maybe not such a good idea. And, ...Caffeine in a gel strip? Not such a good idea for kids, experts say.
Energy and sports drinks often contain dangerously high levels of caffeine and herbal stimulants. Credit: Getty Images
Distilled water remains safe for your kids to drink. For now.But it seems doctors, researchers and Mindy down at ...Distilled water about the only safe drink left for kids.
Caffeine or baby, caffeine or baby? Credit: Getty Images
Caffeine can not only make you jumpy, it can make you infertile.MSNBC reports researchers have discovered caffeine reduces activity of the muscles in the fallopian tubes, ...Lab mice become infertile after the equivalent of two cups of coffee.
Coffee is becoming a buzz kill. Credit: Getty Images It might be time for parents of kindergartners to be buzz kills -- literally -- if they want their 5-year-olds to get any shut eye. Caffeinated drinks are the beverage du jour ...Kids ages 5-7 are drinking the equivalent of a Coke every day.
Decrease the buzz, increase the Zzzs. Credit: Melanie Conner/Getty Images Baffled by your child's sleep issues? Try cutting the caffeine. A survey of the parents of more than 200 children between the ages of 5 and 12 showed that more ...A new study found that the more caffeine kids drank, the less they slept.
No one likes to think their teenager is having sex. And we all remember how that went when we ourselves were teenagers. The math suggests that teens ARE having sex--if, you know, Bristol Palin, for example, is any indicator. What teens might know ...
Good news if you're a coffee junkie: that venti drip could possibly prolong your life, and it certainly won't kill you. A new study has found that coffee drinkers -- even those guzzling decaf -- had slightly lower death rates than their coffee-free ...