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energy drink

A usually caffeinated soft drink supplemented with vitamins, minerals, and/or herbs, used to stimulate concentration, memory, or reaction time, or to reduce sleepiness.
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KEY WORDS: Adverse effects, Awareness, Consumption, Energy Drink, Prevalence.
Any advertisement of an energy drink on roads adjacent to schools or power drink advertisements that are visible while inside schools should be reported to the education ministry.
The present study used TPB to investigate energy drink consumption in community college students.
Each bottle of the patient's energy drink contained 40mg of niacin - twice the recommended daily intake.
While energy drink launches around the world have seen a new lease on life, Mintel research showed that when it comes to innovation, Germany is king.
Sattari and colleagues write, "We believe that energy drink consumption played a key role.
Saeima, the parliament of Latvia, approved in the second reading the Draft Law on the Sale of Energy Drinks in September 2014 and plans to push the bill approval further to ban the sale and marketing of energy drinks to consumers under the age of 18.
The results demonstrate that the vast majority of youth and young adults surveyed--the primary target group for energy drinks--perceive energy shots as an energy drink.
In a survey of college students in the United States, 51% reported consuming at least one energy drink in the preceding month.
Moreover, continuous launch of new product variant in the US such as low calorie or sugar free energy drink, or organic or natural energy drink is expected to attract more health conscious consumers and support the growth of energy drinks market in the forecast period.
Sugar and other artificial sweeteners range from 21 to 34 grams in every 8 ounces of a typical energy drink.
JoEo Breda, from the WHO Regional Office for Europe, and colleagues reviewed the literature on the health risks, consequences and policies related to energy drink consumption.

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