Playing with your phone on the toilet might make the Food and Drug Administration’s stomach turn, but the agency has far bigger worries—such as diet pills. The FDA is now reviewing the effects of the weight-loss medications for a second time after increasing concern of birth defects and heart complications.
Caffeine inhalants, such as the increasingly popular AeroShot, also have the FDA on alert. However, the product is sold as a dietary supplement, so it didn’t require FDA approval before hitting the market.
If you’re worried that your caffeine levels are too low, doctors from Penn State have created Caffeine Zone, a free app that tells you the perfect time to brew a cup-o-joe to optimize your caffeine levels.