Should energy drinks be regulated?

closeup of Coca Cola with ice
International health experts are calling on governments to take a stronger regulatory stand on caffeinated energy drinks, which have been associated with cardiac arrest and sudden death, heart palpitations, digestive tract problems and increased anxiety, even in children as young as 12 years. The call comes following an international conference at Deakin University late last

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