Frequent Consumption Of Energy Drinks Can Lead To Poor Health. Part 3 of 3

Frequent Consumption Of Energy Drinks Can Lead To Poor Health – Part 3 of 3

About 10 percent of the visits included the use of illicit drugs, with 5 percent involving marijuana. Males accounted for about two-thirds or more of animation drink-related ER visits during the four years. Visits for both males and females doubled between 2007 and 2011, from about 7000 to nearly 15000 visits for males and from nearly 3000 to nearly 6000 visits for females. People ancient 18 to 25 accounted for most of the vitality drink-related ED visits, followed by people aged 26 to 39.

However, the report found that visits by people aged 40 and older increased 279 percent over those four years, from nearly 1400 to about 5200. Concerns about zing drinks have been heightened following reports last fall of 18 deaths possibly linked to the products, and two US senators want the US Food and Drug Administration to look into the safety of these beverages, the Associated Press reported fav store. The FDA said in a statement that it will review the safety of energy drinks this spring, the wire service reported.

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