Caffeine-laden beverages like Panera’s Charged Lemonade raise health concerns due to potential high caffeine intake. The drinks, linked to health issues and wrongful death lawsuits, prompt the question of the maximum safe caffeine intake. The answer is complicated, varying from person to person depending on genetics and consumption history. The ubiquity of caffeine, its benefits and potential harmful effects suggest a need for better understanding and tracking of daily intake levels.
US healthcare company, Change Healthcare, has been targeted by the hacker collective ALPHV/Blackcat, which claimed to have stolen sensitive health data of millions of Americans.