Crane, Cody
September 2011
Scholastic Choices;Sep2011, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p12
The article discusses the harmful effects of energy drinks on teenagers, as most of these drinks contain very high levels of caffeine that stimulates the nervous system, and overuse of energy drinks has resulted in dizziness or seizures in healthy young people, and death in some cases.


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