A new study indicates that energy drinks can be risky for heart health problems.
Energy drinks may have several health risks, whether taken alone or mixed with alcohol, a new study finds.
when young adults consume 16 ounces of energy drink, their stress hormones show an increase and so does the blood pressure that can enhance the cardiovascular risk
Increased consumption of energy drinks may pose danger to public health, especially among young people, warns a new study.
Weekly consumption of sports drinks and energy drinks among adolescents is associated with higher consumption of other sugar-sweetened beverages, cigarette smoking and screen media use, according to new study.
Consumption of energy drinks has been linked to poor mental health and drug use among teenagers, according to a new study.
The American Medical Association announced that it will support a ban on marketing energy drinks to children under 18.
Wrigley's company voluntarily took its caffeine gum product off the market while the FDA studies the effects of caffeine on young children.
California lawmakers will decide on BIll 622, which proposes to place a state tax on sugary drinks.
Tired of getting your energy fix from coffee, tea or energy drinks? You're in luck because starting next month Wrigley will start selling their new caffeinated gum.
Energy drinks are often endorsed with the mention of ingredients they contain such as guarana and ginseng, known to boost the mind and body. However, a new study suggests that beverages such as Redbull have only one useful ingredient, which is caffeine.
Many studies have been conducted to determine how caffeine, which is present in coffee and tea, affects the heart. As a stimulant, it provides a short term boost of energy and increases focus. However, it also raises blood pressure.