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Journal Entry C source codeNEW caffeine & performance infographic
If you use caffeine for an extra boost, check out the new OPSS infographic to learn how to use it safely and effectively.
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Journal EntryThe buzz on caffeinated gum
Can caffeinated gum improve performance in Warfighters?
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Journal EntryEnergy drinks: different labels, same risks
Energy drinks are now being marketed as conventional foods, but there are still risks involved. Learn how to stay safe if you drink these beverages.
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Journal EntryEnergy drinks and teens don’t mix
Energy drinks have become increasingly popular among teens, but they provide no health benefit and can even be harmful.
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Journal EntryFDA warns again about powdered caffeine
FDA issued warning letters to 5 distributors of powdered pure caffeine and continues to warn consumers against using these products.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codeHow to eat for better sleep
Food fuels you throughout the day, but did you know that food also has an effect on how well you sleep?
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Journal EntryWhat’s in your energy drink?
Energy drinks are really “stimulant” drinks. Learn how to identify potentially harmful ingredients.
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Journal EntryA military teen’s take on caffeine
Teens may be consuming more caffeine than they (or you) know. Learn from one military teen’s perspective about sources of caffeine and how teens can avoid consuming too much.
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Journal EntryFDA’s warning on caffeine powder
FDA issues a warning about caffeine powder and advises consumers to avoid powdered pure caffeine.
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Journal Entry ODS spreadsheetFDA to examine adding caffeine to foods
The FDA is investigating the recent trend of caffeine added to many food products and its possible effect on children and adolescents.
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