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Energy drinks have become popular at some all-night dance parties, bars and clubs. Problems may arise with energy drinks when mixed with alcohol or when too many are consumed. People drink them to keep up energy or quench thirst, but they can cause dehydration. Energy drinks are also high in caffeine, which could cause some people to get the jitters or other negative effects. Energy drinks should be consumed with caution. They are not meant for kids. They should not be confused with sports drinks, which are meant to rehydrate. They should not be taken on an empty stomach and should not replace food or be mixed with alcohol.
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Caffeinated Energy Drinks
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