The authors called for beverage companies to disclose soda ingredients. Here are some of the findings: • The American Academy of Pediatrics says that highly caffeinated energy drinks “have no place in the diet of children and adolescents.” Despite this medical advice, the companies clearly target teens. • In 2010, teens saw 18 percent more TV ads and heard 46 percent more radio ads for energy drinks than adults did. Teens also saw 20 percent more TV ads for energy drinks in 2010 than they saw in 2008. • Parents have no way to monitor caffeine in drinks because caffeine content is not required—and is often not listed—on product packages.