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Writing in the journal Pediatrics, they concluded that "energy drinks have no therapeutic benefit" and that "these Jordan Cap 2015
Because energy drinks are sold as nutritional supplements, they are not regulated as foods. This means they may exceed the FDA mandated limit of 71 milligrams of caffeine for a 12 ounce soda.
second 24 ounce Monster Energy drink in two days. She died six days later.
Oct. 23, 2012 The FDA is investigating reports of five deaths and a nonfatal heart attack in people who drank high caffeine energy drinks made by the Monster Energy Company.
5 Death Reports for Monster Energy Drink
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drinks may put some children at risk for serious adverse health effects."
The lawsuit Ny Hat Black claims Monster Energy is a dangerous product, that its maker failed to warn consumers of any risk, and that the company is negligent in marketing the product to teens and young adults.
These "health effects" include irregular heart rhythms and, in children who may have hidden heart risks, sudden death.
"FDA continues to evaluate the emerging science on a variety of ingredients, including caffeine," FDA spokeswoman Shelly Burgess said in an email.
The lawsuit notes that Monster Energy does not list the amount of caffeine in Monster Energy. It estimates that each of the two cans the girl drank contained 240 mg of caffeine. Recommended teen and child doses of caffeine should not exceed 100 mg per day; adults should have no more than 400 mg per day.
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A few hours later, Anais Fournier's heart stopped. An ambulance took her to the hospital. She was put into an induced coma in an effort to keep her brain alive. But six days later on Christmas Eve 2011 she died.
In addition to caffeine, energy drinks contain other stimulants, including taurine and guarana, a caffeine containing plant.
Monster Energy Sued Over Death of TeenIn their lawsuit, Fournier's parents report that their daughter bought and drank a 24 ounce can of Monster Energy at a local candy store. The next day, she bought another one and drank it, too.
The reports are not proof that the drinks caused the deaths, but merely signal there might be a problem. Even if the deaths are determined to be caused by caffeine poisoning, the FDA will consider all sources of caffeine before blaming the deaths on the energy drink.
wrongful death suit against the company, alleging that their product killed their 14 year old daughter. They say Anais Fournier, 14, collapsed after drinking her Adidas Cap Light Blue
Last year, researchers at the University of Miami reviewed the health effects of energy drinks on children, teens, and young adults.
The reports aren't the first health warnings about energy drinks. Drug Abuse Warning Network reported a tenfold spike in emergency room visits involving energy drinks. In some 70% of cases involving teens ages 12 to 17, the energy drink itself not drugs or alcohol was the main reason for going to the ER.
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