Energy Drink Deaths News
Teen's caffeine -related death highlights the dangers of the common stimulant
The death of a teen who drank caffeinated beverages has spotlighted the possible dangers of caffeine. Davis Allen Cripe, 16, died last month due to a "caffeine-induced cardiac event" according to the Richland County coroner in Columbia, South Carolina. Cripe consumed just three caffeinated
The Scary Reason You Really Should Give Up Soda
We all know sugar-sweetened beverages aren’t good for your health, but new research suggests that drinking them can actually be deadly. In their study, Tufts University researchers defined “sugar-sweetened beverages” as any sodas, iced teas, fruit drinks, sport or energy drinks , or homemade drinks
New Energy Drinks Target Video-Gamers
These beverages promise increased energy and greater focus, but could they be a risk to your teens?
5 -Hour Energy 'Refused' to Supply Full Documents in Lawsuit
More than a year after the launch of a 33-state investigation into 5-Hour Energy’s potentially fraudulent health claims, the Oregon attorney general is putting her foot down. The energy shots claim to be doctor-recommended, to cause “no crash,” and to be suitable for children 12...
Death Wish Coffee Has Twice the Caffeine
Drinking the "world's strongest cup of coffee" is like having two cups at once.
Mother in Dispute with Energy Drink Company
T, one mother who says s just trying to warn kids about those popular caffeinated energy drinks, but she got the attention of one of the biggest manufacturers. And she was told to back off or face a lawsuit. Abc's bob woodruff has the story. R. It's the fastest growing segment. But when deborah
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Monster Energy Drinks to List Caffeine Content on Labels
Monster Beverage Corp. will include caffeine content on its energy drink labels because it no longer wants to be considered a dietary supplement, and instead will adhere to Food and Drug Administration guidelines for conventional foods. The switch comes after a wrongful death lawsuit filed last
5 -Hour Energy CEO Says Abuse Led to Deaths
The manufacturer says the energy drinks are safe, but can be dangerous if misused.