WASHINGTON — Prompted by the launch of a caffeinated gum, the Food and Drug Administration is investigating the health impact of “new and easy sources of caffeine” on children, it announced Monday.
“FDA is taking a fresh look at the potential impact that the totality of new and easy sources of caffeine may have on health, particularly vulnerable populations such as children and youth, and if necessary, will take appropriate action,” said Michael Taylor, FDA ...
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