New Study: Energy Drinks Could Be Harmful To Kids

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A new study shows that energy drinks could be dangerous if consumed by kids and teenagers.

According to the journal Pediatrics, the drinks contain high levels of caffeine and other stimulants.

Doctors claim if kids have too much, they could suffer from seizures, strokes or even die.

Surveys show between 30 and 50-percent of adolescents consume energy drinks.

To view the full report in Pediatrics, click here.


One Comment

  1. Bob Lozano says:

    Never saw this coming.

  2. Bob Lozano says:

    yanking your willy is a safer alternative

    1. Rj says:

      LOL Classic!

      pretty much what it’s coming down to anymore.

  3. Ryan says:

    This is a “Well, Duh” article.

  4. I love this city says:

    I’m scared to ask who funded this study.

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