Alcohol-energy drinks affect sense of impairment, study finds

04/17/2011 | Bloomberg Businessweek

College students ages 21 to 33 who consumed alcoholic beverages combined with energy drinks thought they had less impaired impulse control than counterparts who drank only alcohol, a study in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research found. Researchers warned that the perception of less impairment could lead to risky behavior such as driving while intoxicated.

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