Experts field questions on safety of energy drinks

11/19/2012 | Time.com

In the wake of 18 reports of deaths possibly linked to highly caffeinated energy drinks, experts say that caffeine alone is not the culprit. Some teenagers drink high quantities of the beverages, often along with alcohol. "Caffeine doesn't necessarily need to be avoided -- it's these massive amounts that we are concerned about, and particularly in kids when they're trying to get buzzed," registered dietician Andrea Giancoli says.

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