Closed Captioning ON OFF apply | reset x Text Display Background Enhancements font Times New Roman Arial Comic Sans size T T T T color share link June 11th, 2013 Quitting caffeine now a mental health disorder If you thought cutting down on coffee was tougher than it seems, you're right. According to the Wall Street Journal, quitting caffeine now is a basis for a mental health disorder. More video Sponsored Content Now Playing Japan Approves Robot Suit Sponsored Content Now Playing Attorney for OSU Crash Suspect: Toxicology Test Will Come Back Clean Sponsored Content Now Playing Lawyer: OSU Parade Crash Suspect 'Suffers From a Mental Illness' Sponsored Content Now Playing Easing Alzheimer's With Better Lighting TRENDING Now Playing Can you tell who's the mom and who's the daughters? Now Playing Catch up on the biggest stories of the week with The Download Now Playing Ryan Reynolds reveals his baby daughter was named after his late father Now Playing Drew Barrymore: Trying to be hot constantly Is 'exhausting' LIFESTYLE Now Playing Watch Craig Melvin blush during 'Would You Rather' game Now Playing What product can Dylan Dreyer not live without? Now Playing It'll take more than a plastic spider to scare Meredith Vieira Now Playing Meredith Vieira is back on TODAY (but her voice isn't) Most Watched Now Playing Sponsored Content Can you tell which way this bus is traveling? Now Playing Sponsored Content Somalia plane explosion 'likely' caused by bomb; explosive residue found Now Playing Sponsored Content Security forces unite in force for Super Bowl 50 Now Playing Sponsored Content Catch up on the biggest stories of the week with The Download Now Playing Sponsored Content Virginia Tech students 'carefully planned' killing of 13-year-old, police say Now Playing Sponsored Content Deadly 6.4-magnitude earthquake strikes Taiwan Now Playing Sponsored Content Can you tell who's the mom and who's the daughters?