Energy drinks tied to brain injuries in teens

640_Generic_Energy_Drinks.jpgTeens who drink energy drinks a lot are more likely to get head injuries than those who don’t consume the highly caffeinated beverages. A new study from Canada found teens who had consumed energy drinks in the past week have increased odds of having a traumatic brain injury. The chance was five times greater than it was for teens who didn’t consume energy drinks at all.

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