energy drinks

Energy drinks and steaks made one of the lists, but it may surprise you to know which one.
We would have children with better wellbeing, who were better slept, more productive, and probably likely to be less obese
All that sugar and caffeine could be wreaking havoc, especially for the third of kids who drink them weekly.
Excessive consumption has been linked to a host of health and behaviour problems.
Children in the UK drink more energy drinks than in any other country in Europe - and parents may be unaware of the health risks
'People may underestimate how intoxicated they are.'
Researchers have found the cocktail has the same effect on teenagers' brains as cocaine.