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More Evidence That Energy Drinks May Pose Health Risks To Young People

In the midst of a new wave of interest in establishing restrictions for the sale of energy drinks, a new study illustrates some of the potential health risks associated with them. The research tries to get a sense of the proportion of young people who experience ill effects to those who try them. And not surprisingly, there seem to be more adverse effects associated with energy drinks than there are with regular coffee.

The University of Waterloo researchers queried just over 2,000 participants aged 12-24, and asked them about their coffee and energy drink consumption, along with any adverse effects that resulted. Of the people who had ever consumed coffee, about 36% had experienced…

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