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    Nausea, anxiety, depression, muscle tremors. What do they all have in common? They are all side effects or withdrawal symptoms of America’s favorite and least recognized drug: caffeine. Caffeine has many negative side effects that far outweigh any benefits, and yet it can be found in virtually any household, university campus, workplace, or meetinghouse across the country. Not only that, but many people are not even aware that the very thing they consume on a daily basis has been debated over…

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    Red Bull History

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    Red Bull History Red Bull, the beverage that “gives you wings,” is based in Fuschl am see, Austria. They manufacture drinks that are labeled as, “functional beverages providing various benefits, especially in times of increased performance” [Red Bull, 2013]. The company claims the benefits of the beverage are that it improves concentration, awareness and reduces weariness and exhaustion. The business currently employs over 8,900 employees [Red Bull, 2013] and has sold over 35 billion cans of…

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    sports, so customers may spend 45 minuets enjoying their sports news sponsored by their favorite drink (See Appendix). • TV…

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    Shock Alive© is targeted to athletes who need a boost right before a big game, or event, or even just a practise. The colours on the can are blue, and yellow, because those colours make it like electricity, that can boost, or give them a shock of energy. The Magazine Advertisement show three lines that divide three images, in the first image, it shows a soccer player’s leg kicking a soccer ball in a bicycle kick form in a soccer stadium,…

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    require assistance in keeping up with their own lives. As the consumption of energy drinks has gained popularity since 1997, energy drinks has become a worldwide phenomenon (Malinauskas, B, et.al, 2007) and has been regularly consumed to compensate for sleepless nights alertness and ease stress in a busy lifestyle in young people. (Persad, L, 2011) According to the Australian Drug Foundation it provides that: [a] Energy drinks are beverages that contain varying amounts of caffeine, taurine,…

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    easily available and legal. There are many sources of caffeine readily available in the market, the major ones are coffee and energy drinks. It is important to know about the drinks because the way a caffeine is delivered in a drink affects one’s body and mind. There are many basic differences between coffee and energy drinks like coffee is usually served hot whereas energy drinks are served cold. But there are three major differences…

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    Caffeine Essay

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    weekly basis (weekdays and weekends included) based on the amount consumed and the frequency with which various caffeinated products were consumed. Purpose of the Study Adults are known to be wide consumers of caffeine. It is used as a source or energy boost for a body that has been deprived of sleep. According to Bright, Pollack (2003) “Caffeine has been called the most widely consumed psychoactive substance on earth” (p 42). Caffeine is known to have a variety of health effects and…

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    A University decided to ban energy drinks from being sold within campus because these drinks can allegedly lead to sexually risky behaviors, among other problematic behaviors. Experts weigh in on the accuracy of this assumption. Fox 2 Detroit reported that Middlebury College in Vermont banned the drinks because high-risk sexual activity and alcohol abuse are just some of the negative behaviors that can result from its consumption. In addition, the drinks may also affect students' academic…

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    and energy drinks. Both coffee and energy drinks differ…

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    Rhetorical Analysis of the Benefits of Energy Drinks Energy drinks are beverages that contain caffeine and are marketed to improve energy and performance, but are they really good for children? Using the article entitled “Health Effects of Energy Drinks for Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults” by authors from the Department of Pediatrics and the Pediatric Integrative Medicine Program say that a very trustworthy account of what caffeine does to the human body. The dangers of the drug and…

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