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Adding alcoholic beverages to caffeinated energy drinks increases a person’s desire to continue consuming the beverages, according to research published online Thursday in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research.
Friends may be the key to stopping their mates drink walking, a risky behaviour that kills on average two Australians every week.
Research by Centre College's Dr.
Kettlebell expert Lorna Kleidman releases a statement responding to recent studies which linked energy drinks to deaths and hospitalizations related to high blood pressure and erratic heartbeats.
A new report has found evidence that caffeine-enriched energy drinks can raise systolic blood pressure, the top number in a BP reading, and also raise a patients risk of irregular heartbeat.
When it comes to cocktails and other mixed drinks, a new study has found that using diet soft drinks as mixers can be making people more drunk than using regular sugary beverages.
What Collaboration Should Be: Wireless Sharing on Any Device Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 13, 2011 REV, in partnership with Vitra, today introduced AirShare, a wireless collaboration appliance that automatically allows teams to quickly and wirelessly share ideas between each otherâ€™s devices, including laptops, tablets, and mobile telephones.