Energy Drinks: Liquid Health Issues


Part 1 - Energy drinks are a 5 billion dollar industry in North America. Promising a high energy, pick-me-up, these drinks are popular with young adults and teens. But Health Canada says energy drinks are for adults only. Beatrice Politi investigates.

Part 2 - The cans claim one sip will give you a boost. But what's responsible for that high energy buzz? 16:9 takes the drinks to an expert for testing to find out if what's on the label is the same as what's in the can.

Part 3 - Critics say the energy drink industry needs stricter regulations. Some even say the drinks aren't just uncontrolled, they're potentially dangerous. Beatrice Politi investigates.

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Why MaxATP Outperforms Energy Drinks


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Energy Drinks Can Be Deadly For Young Children:  Study


More than 5,000 cases of people who got sick from energy drinks were reported to U.S. poison control centers between 2010 and 2013, and almost half of those cases were in children did not realize what they were drinking, according to research that will be presented Monday (Nov. 17) at a meeting of the American Heart Association.

Researchers probe possible link between energy drinks and brain injuries.