ABC news.com 2014.07.19 11:24
By ANN SANNER Associated Press
The sudden death of a healthy high school senior has ramped up attention on
unregulated caffeine powder, leading federal health authorities to warn
consumers to stay away from the substance.
A recent autopsy found that Logan Stiner, 18, had a lethal amount of
caffeine in his system when he died May 27 at his home in LaGrange, Ohio,
southwest of Cleveland.
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