Study: Caffeinated cola inhibits youngsters' learning

A study released by the American Psychiatric Association found when first-graders drank less than a full can of caffeinated cola, their behavioral problems that day were rated 432% worse than when they drank cola without caffeine. Psychiatrist Alan R. Hirsch says the findings suggest parents and school administrators should work to prevent this group from drinking these colas during school.

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