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Topic - Dakota Sailor
Energy drinks are under-studied, overused and can be dangerous for children and teens, warns a report by doctors who say kids shouldn't use the popular products.
The report says some cans have four to five times more caffeine than soda, and Sailor said some kids he knows "drink four or five of them a day.
Dakota Sailor, 18, a high school senior in Carl Junction, Mo., says risks linked with energy drinks aren't just hype.