The World Health Organization (WHO) just released a warning letter concerning the dangers energy drinks pose to young people, especially since they found 68% of adolescents consume them. To reduce energy drink dangers, the recommend the following to government agencies: Establish an upper caffeine limit on all products.
Energy drinks: What are the health risks? A woman claimed her husband's obsession with energy drinks caused a brain hemorrhage that cost him part of his skull.
After reviewing the current studies surrounding the risks tied to energy drinks, researchers concluded that they might be associated with a wide-ranging slew of health problem. ... mental health ...
Caffeine Can Kill: the Dangers of Energy Drinks ER visits for energy drink-related complications have doubled in the last several years.
A growing body of scientific evidence shows that energy drinks can have serious health effects, particularly in children, teenagers, and young adults. In several studies, energy drinks have been found to improve physical endurance, but there’s less evidence of any effect on muscle strength or power.
The Guardian reports on a new review by the World Health Organization (WHO), which reviewed the literature on the associated health risks and policies related to energy drinks. The review was prompted by concerns raised both by the scientific community and among the general public about the health effects of these drinks.
Serious health risks associated with energy drinks To curb this growing public health issue, policy makers should regulate sales and marketing towards children and adolescents and set upper limits ...
Caffeinated energy drinks that promise super alertness -- and sometimes imply better sports performance -- should carry labels that specify the amount of caffeine, says a Johns Hopkins University ...
Energy drinks are beverages that claim to increase energy and mental performance. This article examines whether they're good or bad for health.
Here's a look at some of the most commonly used ingredients in energy drinks and why health experts are worried that drinking too much could wreak havoc on your body.