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His dour but provocative position also faces another uphill battle, given that Marks’s conclusion flies in the face of value investing god, Warren Buffett, who was quoted this year as saying: “Measured against interest rates, stocks actually are on the cheap side compared to historic valuations.” Rather than crucify him, Marks should not be singled out for this commonly cautious view.In fact, most value investors are born with the gloom gene in their DNA, given the value mandate to discover and exploit distressed assets.Yet, according to the , many young children and most older ones consume enough caffeine each day to interfere with both behavior and rest.The study found that 75% of children aged 5 to 12 years old consume caffeine on a daily basis, mostly in caffeinated soda but also in tea, coffee, and, increasingly, in energy drinks.The company's website includes an important, albeit obvious, disclaimer: "Drinking a caffeinated beverage with our bagel will result in higher levels of caffeine consumption." Einstein Bros.said it will mark National Nurses Week by offering free Espresso Buzz Bagels to any nurses who visit one of the chain's locations May 11.If you don’t believe my skepticism about crystal balls and palm readers, just listen to the author of the cautionary article himself.Like many other market soothsayers, Marks is forced to provide a mea culpa on the first page in which he admits his predictions have been wrong for the last six years.

Depending on the time of day, the effects were visible after about 30 minutes to an hour.

Among those at the news conference Monday was the teen’s father, Sean Cripe.

“Like all parents, we worry about our kids as they grow up.

Davis Allen Cripe died from a caffeine-induced cardiac event causing a probable arrhythmia, Richland County Coroner Gary Watts announced in a news conference Monday.

– Too much caffeine caused the death of a 16-year-old high school student from South Carolina who collapsed during class last month, according to the county coroner.