Q&A With Anna Svatikova From Mayo Clinic: Energy Drinks Show Risk of Increasing Blood Pressure and Other Health Issues

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Buying energy drinks can be as easy as picking up a gallon of milk and people of all ages have been consuming them to get a bigger kick of caffeine than coffee alone provides. A recent study looked at possible health risks associated with these beverages.

Buying energy drinks can be as easy as picking up a gallon of milk and people of all ages have been consuming them to get a bigger kick of caffeine than coffee alone provides. A recent study looked at possible health risks associated with these beverages.

Anna Svatikova, MD, PhD, from the Mayo Clinic discussed the results of the study at the American Heart Association's annual scientific sessions in Orlando.

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