Teenage girl dies after drinking caffeine

Teenage girl dies after drinking caffeine

World May 16, 2017 08:33

RICHLAND - An American teen who hit three drinks with a lot of caffeine within two hours has died. At the autopsy it turned out that his heart has succumbed to the large amount of caffeine in a short period of time. The boy had no known heart problem.

The 16-year-old David Cripe soon drank a big can of Mountain Dew (a sweet citrus drink), a McDonald's latte and a good bottle of energy drink, declared judge Gary Watts.

Classmates saw that your boy became ill during class. Shortly before that he had hit a big bottle back. According to the detective, the amount of caffeine did not cause the death, but the rate at which it was taken.

'As with the intake of alcohol, you must also take care of the amount of caffeine you enter,' said the counterfeiter in American media. 'Offset against his weight, David had a lot of caffeine in his body. I do not invite this to accuse the beverage producers, but I want to make consumers aware of the risks of large amounts of caffeine. 'Watts did not know how to determine what energy drink it was.

Davis's father Sean called parents up with their children to talk about the dangers of such drinks. According to the American research group Mayo Clinic, it is safe to take up to 400 milligrams of caffeine per day. That's about four cups of coffee. Cripe would have received about 500 milligrams in a short period of time.

The 16-year-old David Cripe soon drank a big can of Mountain Dew (a sweet citrus drink), a McDonald's latte and a good bottle of energy drink, declared judge Gary Watts.

Classmates saw that your boy became ill during class. Shortly before that he had hit a big bottle back. According to the detective, the amount of caffeine did not cause the death, but the rate at which it was taken.

'As with the intake of alcohol, you must also take care of the amount of caffeine you enter,' said the counterfeiter in American media. 'Offset against his weight, David had a lot of caffeine in his body. I do not invite this to accuse the beverage producers, but I want to make consumers aware of the risks of large amounts of caffeine. 'Watts did not know how to determine what energy drink it was.

Davis's father Sean called parents up with their children to talk about the dangers of such drinks. According to the American research group Mayo Clinic, it is safe to take up to 400 milligrams of caffeine per day. That's about four cups of coffee. Cripe would have received about 500 milligrams in a short period of time.

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