What Do Cigarettes, Alcohol and Red Bull Have In Common?

Group calls for energy drink restriction.
Some 'drinks are getting to toxic levels' doctor says. Young people soon won't be able to purchase any of them if the Canadian Home and School Federation has anything to say about it. The federation intends to renew efforts to ban the sale of so-called energy drinks to people under the legal age of majority due to health concerns over beverages such as Red Bull and Rockstar.

“It's our position that they should not be sold to minors because they have such high concentrations of caffeine,” said Owen Parkhouse, president of the P.E.I. Home and School Federation. “I think it can develop into as bad a problem as cigarettes and alcohol, but caffeine is more of a socially acceptable addiction.”
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Posted by admin on Friday, June 4, 2010.