Energy Drinks

Whether we’re parched, sick, or getting jacked at the gym, drinking is a big part of our daily routines. Here are 22 suggestions on what to sip for any and every situation.

Haven’t had time to keep up on the news this week? Not to worry — we’ve summarized the top news stories that could significantly change our health habits.

Necessary evil, or death-in-a-can? Energy drinks like 5-Hour Energy and Red Bull have been in the news recently after the FDA possibly linked them to 13 deaths. Read on to find out how dangerous these energy-boosting beverages actually are.

Got the shakes but can’t stop pounding those Venti macchiatos? Caffeine consumption is near universal, so read on to find out how much is too much.

We may just have to inhale a Grande Frappuccino instead. The FDA plans to review the safety of AeroShot, the breathable caffeine inhaler that came out in January 2012.

Filling the coolers of gas stations and gyms alike, it’s hard to tell whether these bottled beverages are junk food or rocket fuel for the body. But the verdict is in: energy drinks are bad news, laden with sugar and questionable supplements.

Got the shakes but can’t stop pounding those Venti macchiatos? Caffeine consumption is near universal, so read on to find out how much is too much.

Necessary evil, or death-in-a-can? Energy drinks like 5-Hour Energy and Red Bull have been in the news recently after the FDA possibly linked them to 13 deaths. Read on to find out how dangerous these energy-boosting beverages actually are.

Haven’t had time to keep up on the news this week? Not to worry — we’ve summarized the top news stories that could significantly change our health habits.

Whether we’re parched, sick, or getting jacked at the gym, drinking is a big part of our daily routines. Here are 22 suggestions on what to sip for any and every situation.

Filling the coolers of gas stations and gyms alike, it’s hard to tell whether these bottled beverages are junk food or rocket fuel for the body. But the verdict is in: energy drinks are bad news, laden with sugar and questionable supplements.

We may just have to inhale a Grande Frappuccino instead. The FDA plans to review the safety of AeroShot, the breathable caffeine inhaler that came out in January 2012.