Energy Drinks

Energy drink availability increases likelihood of usage, dependence
Photo by Hunter Franklin ’19 | Noah Self ’18 drinks an energy drink before class on Monday, January 22nd. Students have become more dependent on caffeinated drinks to stay awake at school. By Kaleb Lucero ’18 THE ROUNDUP Athletic trainer Mr. Chris White said that energy drinks and caffeinated beverages may cause students to have an increasing dependency with ever-decreasing returns. “Caffeine is a substance, a drug, that people develop…
Energy drinks are misleading, potentially dangerous
Graphic Courtesy of Tribune News Service – Weekly Personal Trainer graphic: Energy drinks. By Alex Kirshner ‘18 THE ROUNDUP Everyone reaches a point in their day where they struggle to keep their eyes open and would do anything to go home and go to sleep. Sometimes, people turn to energy drinks such as RedBull and Monster to provide them with a boost of energy. I have no problem with eating…