Health officials warn on energy drinks

08/10/2005 | Seattle Times, The

Medical experts are warning that energy drinks may be more likely to dehydrate consumers than energize them, and that the popular combination of energy drinks and alcohol could cause dangerous "double dehydration." Parents should be careful about giving such drinks, which often contain twice the amount of caffeine as a can of Coke, to children, experts say. A South Beach Beverage spokesperson said the company believes its products are safe, and both SoBe and Red Bull recommend not serving their products to children.

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