WASHINGTON, DC- The parents of a LaGrange teen who died of a caffeine overdose are putting pressure on the FDA to ban the sale of powdered caffeine.
Logan Stiner, a Keystone High School senior, died on May 27, just three days before graduation. The medical examiner said the 18-year-old had a toxic level of caffeine in his blood, causing cardiac arrhythmia and a seizure.
The Stiners, and the parents of a 24-year-old Georgia man who also died from a caffeine overdose, delivered a petition to the FDA on Tuesday.
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