Energy Drinks' Impact On Kids Studied

Watch for a new fall offensive in Suffolk on banning sales of energy drinks to kids.

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  • Kids consume far too many sugary energy drinks, with unfortunate consequences
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  • Energy drink
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  • Energy drinks: Do they really boost energy?
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  • Energy Drinks
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  • Energy drinks increase hyperactivity in children: Study
    Children should not consume energy drinks, and intake of sweetened drinks should be limited, according to researchers led by the Yale School of Public Health, US.
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