Energy drinks linked to adverse heart reactions

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A new University of Adelaide study has found that drinking more than two energy drinks per day is associated with adverse heart reactions, including a fast heartbeat and heart palpitations. In a paper published in International Journal of Cardiology, researchers surveyed patients aged 13-40 attending an emergency department in South Australia with heart palpitations, and

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