The Scottish Government could ban the sale of high-caffeine "energy drinks" to under-16s.
Banning energy drinks from our schools could kick start a revolution which would save the NHS billions, a double gold medal winning athlete has said.
Disruptive and aggressive pupils often come to school 'fuelled ' by energy drinks, Scotland's largest teaching union has been told.
The Courier today launches a campaign to encourage local secondary schools to ban caffeine-based fizzy drinks .
Disruptive behaviour, cardiac problems, nervousness, insomnia, headaches, anxiety ... all problems associated with too much caffeine.
Restlessness, anxiety, behavioural disorders, sleeplessness, nausea, a racing heart-beat, tooth decay, obesity and breathing difficulties.