Nutritionists wary of energy in a can

11/23/2005 |

With the market for energy drinks still soaring, health experts wonder whether the trend is creating a new generation of caffeine addicts.  Manufacturers point to the numbers, saying many products contain no more caffeine than a cup of coffee.

  • Click here for a Times graphic comparing the caffeine content of popular sodas, energy drinks and coffee.

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