A new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics states that children and adolescents should not drink sports drinks (unless actually playing sports) and should not drink energy drinks at all (never).
Looking for suggestions for flavors for homemade energy drinks.
I ordered a 100g bag of caffeine off Amazon and I plan on mixing in about 70 to 150 mg worth in 16 oz bottles of seltzer plus flavoring. Thought about getting SodaStream at first for carbonation, but it seems like too much effort and money for their CO2 scheme.
The U.S. FDA announced that it is considering a nationwide ban on alcoholic energy drinks, nicknamed “blackout in a can”. The statement resulted in the Chicago-based company Phusion Projects deciding to remove caffeine from its Four Loko product.
I thought this deserved its own thread. With as many caffeine addicts in the world, a fair number of us HAS to fall into that category. However, I have to say that I drink coffee not just for the kick, but I actually enjoy it. Oddly enough, most of the guys at work (age late 20s-30s) drink energy drinks a la Red Bull and Monster.
Sports is in the process of becoming the next big market to be transformed by the digital revolution, as fans are increasingly turning to mobile devices and second, third and fourth screens to consume sports content. In August, Turner bought sports blogging and content platform Bleacher Report for an estimated $200.
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In light of what's happening in the NFL and the NHL, and considering the average sports fan's appetite for "big hits": do you think some new big money media entity could possibly get a foothold on American professional sports by securing an iron clad "play at your own risk" waiver?
“There’s a major piece missing from the social graph,” Chris McCoy tells me over coffee, “and it’s sports.” Naturally, McCoy is a former baseball player, Quora devotee and a religious consumer of all things sports.