carmendrahl writes: "Emergency-room visits linked to caffeine-laden energy drinks are on the rise. This gives scientists who'd like to see caffeine regulated the jitters. But the US Food and Drug Administration seems to be dragging its feet on regulating caffeine content in food and drink, because people have different sensitivities to it. Currently, caffeine-rich products like Monster Energy get around the rules because they're marketed as dietary supplements."
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