The buzz energy beverages

Roufus, Anna
November 2005
Self;Nov2005, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p84
Provides information on the pros and cons of energy drinks. Health threat of energy drinks when mixed with alcohol or exercise; Heart palpitation which may caused by sensitivity to caffeine with exercise; Worse stimulant effects of energy drinks if combined with liquor.


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