The Health Risks of Energy Drinks

The slim-lined cans promise an energy hit that will have you flying through your day of study, work or play. Energy drinks are now a popular choice for teenagers and young adults as opposed to a good old cup of coffee. One study found energy drinks are consumed by 30-50% of adolescents and young adults (Seifert SM, Schaechter JL, Hershorin ER and Lipshultz SE). But do these fizzy, sugary and caffeine-loaded “supplements

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Edberg M (2013-11-22 00:01:26). The Health Risks of Energy Drinks. Australian Science. Retrieved: Mar 17, 2022, from