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17 Feb Posted by in Tweet Posts | Comments

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Energy Drinks Pose Risks to Kids, Report Says Journal Pediatrics Finds Children and Teens Can Suffer Heart Problems, Seizures and Strokes from the Drinks Read more on CBS News As sales soar, experts warn about energy drinks With Americans chugging energy drinks like never before, fears are growing among doctors that the ingredients might be […]

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Study: Energy drinks pose risks to kids’ health Energy drinks packed with caffeine and sugar may pose serious health risks to users, especially children, adolescents and young adults, according to a study by the University of Miami School of Medicine published Monday in the online version of Pediatrics, the peer-reviewed journal of the American Academy […]

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Energy drinks concern doctors CHICAGO — Energy drinks are under-studied, overused and can be dangerous for children and teens, warns a report by doctors who say kids shouldn’t use the popular products. Read more on Lamorinda Sun

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Study: Energy Drinks Extra Dangerous for Kids Just last week, “The Early Show” reported on the increasing concern about energy drinks, specifically those little tiny ones, mini-drinks, some of which claim they’re effective due to the vitamins they contain. Read more on KTVQ Billings Energy drinks ‘dangerous for teens’ ENERGY drinks are under-studied, overused and […]

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Energy drinks may hurt kids: study Red Bull may offer to “give you wings,” but drinks like it can the drinks can be hazardous to children who suffer from diabetes, seizures and psychological problems. Read more on KMIR 6 Palm Springs Energy Drinks Extra Dangerous for Kids: Study Warns of Serious Risks Such as Caffeine […]

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