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A 45-year-old member asked:

can there be an energy drink or something that doesn't rely on caffeine?

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Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine 57 years experience
There are some: There are some like xs energy drink but has herbs and another is e10energy drink.But my advice is that all this hype of energy drinks can be harmful for some and i will recommend a balanced diet, 7to8 hours of sleep, avoid stress, do not smoke and drink excessively, learn to relax and exercise regularly which will make your body produce endorphins which will give you energy and keep you healthy.

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Is it safe for me to drink caffeine while breastfeeding?

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Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
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Yes: Most children tolerate small amounts of caffeine in breast milk just fine, so keep your intake on the low side. If the baby gets jittery when nursing after you consume caffeinated beverages, she's trying to tell you to cut back.
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Is it ok to have caffeine if I am breastfeeding?

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Dr. Laura Webb
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Yes: Just know that it may affect your baby. Observe your baby and see if there are differences in sleep and fussiness with differences in amounts of caffeine you drink. Some babies seem to be very sensitive, others not so much.
A 44-year-old member asked:

Is it ok to drink caffeine while pregnant?

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Dr. Rahil Malik
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Yes: In moderation, caffeine is not a problem. However, excessive amounts can cause your heart to race and it may have similar effects on the baby.
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Is it true that I can have some caffeine in pregnancy?

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Dr. Patrick Weix
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Yes: Limited intake of caffeine is safe: the equivalent of two cups of coffee a day. Not "venti", just a cup. Many women however lose their taste for caffeine or coffee during pregnancy. You may also find that you become more sensitive to caffeine, and this can lead to trouble sleeping. In those cases either avoid caffeine or limit intake to the morning.
A 47-year-old member asked:

Besides cell phones, what are other sources of rf energy that cause cancer?

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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology 47 years experience
Proof of cell: Phone link not yet in, microwaves are relatively safe, but radiation is in the electromagnetic spectrum and is a clear cause, and u-v light is part of the spectrum causing skin cancers. All seem to demonstrate direct links to dose and time of exposure. X-rays seem to have no threshold, but very low doses are very unliklely to lead to individual harm, but to a population, a small number will.

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