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You are here: Home HPRC Blog FDA investigating adverse events linked to energy drinks

FDA investigating adverse events linked to energy drinks

published: 10-29-2012 Journal entry icon

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating five deaths and a non-fatal heart attack that may be linked to Monster Energy drinks. The FDA has pointed out that while the investigation is going on, it does not mean that Monster Energy drinks caused these adverse events, which were reported to the FDA over a span of eight years. Other adverse event reports have been associated with consuming the energy drinks. Read the New York Times article here, as well as this one from NBC News.

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