Health Rewind: Big Push for African-Americans in the South to Get Health Care

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Are Energy Drinks Most Popular Among Depressed Teens?

A recent study found that depressed teens and those that abuse alcohol and drugs are more likely to consume energy drinks. Researchers also found that 75 percent of students have tried energy drinks in the past year; 20 percent drink one or more a month; and younger students like energy drinks more than older students. 

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