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A Can of "Pop"

A new report in the journal Pediatrics warns that energy drinks can be dangerous for children and teens and they shouldn’t consume the popular beverages.

The report says, among other things, that some cans have four to five times more caffeine than soda.

So here’s my question for you. Do you allow your kids to drink these types of beverages or do they sneak them when you’re not looking?

Chime in with your thoughts.

About the Author...
Gina Melton
Catch Gina with her friend Steve Lundy mornings on Kat 103.