Name Professor Course Date Caffeine beverages Caffeine is a form of drug that is legally and morally accepted by the population and has been used or taken by people in their different forms. The caffeine application had been earlier limited to adults but was withdrawn and adults allowed to consume the drug (Edlund). There need no alarm on limiting the users towards using caffeine in terms of their age. According to Jennifer 2009 caffeine is a widely used psychoactive substance for both children and adults that is easy legally and socially acceptable. There has been no establishment on the effects that caffeine could have to children and instead use it in excess quantity and cause the bleeding effects which are not healthy to a person. Until further studies have been generated in association with it there needs to be absolute guidance on its usage. Work cited Temple Jennifer L. "Caffeine use in children: what we know what we have left to learn and why we should worry." Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 33.6 (2009): 793-806. “Cranberry - Side Effects Uses and Benefits.” The Herbal Resource www.herbal-supplement-resource.com/cranberry-herb.html.Jepson Ruth G. and Jonathan C. Craig. "Cranberries for preventing urinary tract infections." Cochrane Database Syst Rev 1.1 (2008).Edlund Matthew. “Coffee Vs. Energy Drinks - The Caffeine Wars.” Psychology Today Sussex Publishers www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-power-rest/201007/coffee-vs-energy-drinks-the-caffeine-wars. [...]
Answer the following two questions (one page each) supported by two scientifically reliable sources for each question, following the APA format. Ideally, I would like this to be completed in the next 12 hours. The site was down last night I was not able to put in the order. Question 1: Should there be a minimum age or consumption limit for caffeinated beverages? What about on soda or caffeine pills? Is it acceptable to give an infant soda or coffee? What about a three year old? How would that differ from hot chocolate or a candy bar? Do you believe there a difference between types of caffeinated beverages? Be sure that you cite empirically valid evidence for your views. Question 2: Select an herbal supplement, and find out as much as possible about it. What is it supposed to help with? Does the supplement interact with any conventional medications? Are there any side effects associated with the herbal supplement? Based on your findings, do you believe the supplement should be regulated by the FDA?