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Energy Drinks

The company has to pay up because it is said to have made false statements about the usefulness of the drink.
Maybe just avoid these drinks all together.
Sports drinks are marketed as the ideal beverages for optimal exercise and recuperation in energy-sapping hot weather. And energy drinks are supposed to help keep us going when we would ordinarily tire. But don't be fooled.
Australian researchers threw an experimental party in order to tackle public health concerns over cocktails containing energy
For parents of energy drink swilling teens and adolescents, a new report warns that all that liquid caffeine could pose a
It's crunch time at university, and students all over the country are searching for the secret to instant knowledge. And caffeine, a stimulant that arouses your central nervous system and improves your performance both physically and mentally, is usually a top study aid. Just last week, the New York Times wrote an article that connected the energy drink 5-hour Energy to 13 fatalities in the United States. A string of recent articles have connected various energy drinks to cases of serious side-effects, including death, so why incorporate them into your an exam routine?
Every day, we receive contradicting nutrition advice from the media, our doctors, friends and colleagues. That's because studies are being done consistently, reported, then taken as the word of God. Here are some of the top nutrition myths that I'm sure you may be listening to.
Now that you know how important it is to properly fuel your body before you exercise (yes, even if you're trying to lose