Red Bull to Pay $13 Million for False Advertising Settlement
can of Red Bull contains 80 milligrams of caffeine. “Even though there is a lack of genuine scientific support for a claim that Red Bull branded energy drinks provide any more benefit to a consumer than a cup of coffee, the Red Bull defendants ...
Energy drinks suspected to have caused deaths of 3 Canadians
The three male teens, two 15-year-olds and an 18-year-old, died after drinking Red Bull ... seen, there is no causation in any of these (Canadian) reports. There is no real link.” The company points out that the labelling says the energy drinks are ...
Phys Ed: Do Energy Drinks Improve Athletic Performance?
Energy drinks, for those who would guess that a Red Bull is related to Paul Bunyan ... at the moment, uncertain. “There is still far too little science about the effects of energy drinks in anyone, at any age,” Dr. Higgins said.
Energy Drinks: Should You be Drinking Them?
Now when you put sports and energy together in the context of a beverage, you don’t think of Boost or any ... Bull says it gives you wings. While there have been no reports of people turning into hummingbirds or angels because of a can of energy drinks ...
What’s In Your Energy Drink?
Energy drinks have significantly higher amounts, with the most well-known brands containing anywhere from 154 mg in a 16 oz Red Bull to ... say there is little proof of this, and there isn’t enough ginseng in energy drinks to offer any benefit.