Substance Abuse Linked to Consuming Energy Drinks, Study SaysA new study says that young, college-aged adults who regularly consumed energy drinks were at a higher risk of abusing other substances later in life.
New Study Raises More Questions About Safety of Energy DrinksPeople who drink energy drinks may think they're just as safe as other caffeinated drinks, like coffee, but new research suggests otherwise.
Study: Mixing Alcohol with Energy Drinks Compared to CocaineYou may want to think twice before ordering that vodka and Red Bull or a round of Vegas bombs for your buds.
Missouri Lawmaker: No Energy Drinks with Food AssistanceDemocratic state Rep. Keith English of Florissant filed legislation recently to prevent Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program funds from buying the drinks.
Durbin: Energy Drinks Shouldn't Market to KidsThe Illinois Democrat and three of his colleagues sent letters Wednesday to 17 energy drink companies.
Overnight America: September 25, 2013 - Niall Stanage, Sally Pacholok
Durbin Continues His Fight Against Energy DrinksLast year he asked the FDA to require them to disclose their ingredients. Now he's asking the manufacturers not to market to children.

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