Tremors, seizures and heart issues—all symptoms of thousands of children sickened by energy drinks. That’s according to a new study from the American Heart Association. Now researchers are calling for stricter health warnings.
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There’s a renewed warning from health workers across the nation on the dangers of caffeine. This comes after an Ohio teen dies from an overdose of the drug. Maryland doctors are especially on edge as one of the first cases turned up in Hagerstown.
Lethal liquid. That’s what some people are calling energy drinks like Monster. The family of one Maryland teen blames the beverage for her death.
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Approximately 75 percent of U.S. kids and young adults consume at least some caffeine on a daily basis.
A new report out Monday shows three out of four children drink caffeine every day. They’re getting it from soda and powerful energy drinks, and for some young people, it’s causing deadly results.
Drinking caffeine raises the risk of a baby being born small by up to 62 percent, study says.
Consumer Reports recently tested 27 popular energy drinks. It calls the amount of caffeine in many “worrisome.”
The drink Four Loko kills. That’s the claim in a lawsuit filed against the drink’s manufacturer. Lawyers for the family of a Virginia teen blame the company for their son’s death.
The national outcry wasn’t enough but the threat from the federal government has a maker of caffeinated alcoholic drinks pulling the plug on the controversial ingredients in a popular drink.