It's been a kid explosion around here with no signs of stopping. We know Mandy's due date in March but we don't know size or sex. Who's up for another baby pool?
While the talk of caffeine and safety has mostly centered around energy drinks (including those death reports linked to Monster Energy Drinks and5-Hour Energy), it seems that the conversation has ignored the coffee giants of America. And according to the American Chemical Society’s study, a grande cup of coffee from Starbucks has 330 milligrams of caffeine — in comparison, a 5-Hour Energy drink has 215 milligrams of caffeine. And the amount of caffeine most people agree upon to be safe is just a tad higher at 400 milligrams per day. (However, as the study points out, the FDA hasn’t officially declared a ruling on how much caffeine is safe.)