FDA posts 21 injury reports tied to Red Bull since 2004

11/18/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The FDA published 21 reports filed since 2004 that cited the top-selling energy drink Red Bull, including those that involved hospitalizations for vomiting and heart problems. The filings seem to underscore the patchwork regulatory pattern governing highly caffeinated drinks, and highlights the lack of data faced by the FDA in determining if it is necessary to implement additional regulations, according to this article.

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