A 16-year-old student in South Carolina died last month after consuming too many caffeinated drinks within two hours, a coroner said Monday.
For healthy adults, the FDA has said that 400 milligrams of caffeine — about four to five cups of coffee — is an amount "not generally associated with dangerous, negative effects."
"I stand before you as a brokenhearted father and hope that something good can come from this," said Sean Cripe, Davis' father.
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