monster energy drink
Just say no, bro.
New data suggests a major threat to children’s lives comes in a can.
After a day of sipping energy drinks on the beach in Rocky Point, Mexico, 16-year-old Lanna Hamann went into cardiac arrest
Whether we're working late, hitting the gym hard or wrangling the kids on a busy weekend, sometimes we all need a little boost -- which is why we're thankful for GAYOT.com's 5 Best Energy Drinks.
I hope Governor Scott is watching this battle closely, as Florida's Department of Health needs to implement a strategy to educate parents and teens about the dangers of energy drinks.
What would an all-nighter be without fuel -- coffee, tea, soda, or otherwise?
A can of Monster comes with 92 milligrams of caffeine per 8-ounces. An 8-ounce cup of coffee has about 100 milligrams of
DNAinfo Chicago reports the Committee on Health and Environmental Protection's nearly three-hour hearing was fruitless after
Buzzkill. Unlike his fellow Ald. George Cardenas' (12th) Nov. proposal to ban the sale of the controversial beverages to
As parents, we tell our children not to drink coffee since it might "stunt your growth," but we do not tell them not to drink these caffeine-loaded energy drinks since it might kill them. The risks and severity of the dangers of these drinks are not being recognized.