Energy drinks, soft drinks, and substance use among US secondary school students

Energy drinks, soft drinks, and substance use among US

Examine energy drink/shot and regular and diet soft drink use among US secondary school students in 2010–2011, and associations between such use and substance use.

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prescription drug use among college students (Arria, 2009; Arriaetal.,2010).Emergencydepartmentvisitsinvolvingen-ergy drinks increased almost 10-fold between 2005 and 2009; approximately half of such visits by young adults involved combined energy drink and substance use, including alcohol (SubstanceAbuseandMentalHealthServicesAdministration, 2011).

Energy Drinks, Soft Drinks, and Substance Use Among United

Abstract Objectives: Examine energy drink/shot and regular and diet soft drink use among United States secondary school students in 2010–2011, and associations between such use and substance use.

Energy Drinks, Soft Drinks, and Substance Use Among United

Examines energy drink/shot and regular and diet soft drink use among United States secondary school students in 2010–2011, and associations between such use and substance use.This study uses self-reported data from cross-sectional surveys of nationally represented samples of 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students and conducted multivariate analysis examining associations between beverage and …

Energy drinks, soft drinks, and substance use among United

«Energy drinks, soft drinks, and substance use among United States secondary school students.» Journal of Addiction Medicine , 8(1): 6-13. OBJECTIVES: Examine energy drink/shot and regular and diet soft drink use among United States secondary school students in 2010-2011, and associations between such use and substance use.

Study links US teen energy drink intake to illicit drug abuse

US teens who consume energy drinks are more likely to smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol and use abuse drugs according to a new cross-sectional survey of 20,000+ high school students. Yvonne Terry-McElrath and colleagues at the Institute of Social Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor analyzed data taken from nearly 22,000 US secondary school students aged 13-16 (8 th -10 th grade) in 2010-11.

Energy Drink and Alcohol mixed Energy Drink use among high

Energy drinks can mask the effects of alcohol so the drink number tends to be greater when combined with energy drinks (McKetin & Coen, 2014); drinking this combination can increase alertness and energy (Brache and Stockwell, 2011, Marczinski et al., 2013).

Stimulant-Containing Energy Drinks – American College of

Energy drinks, soft drinks, and substance use among United States secondary school students. J Addict Med 2014;8:6-13. Turnball D, Rodricks JV, Mariano GF, Chowdhury F. Caffeine and cardiovascular health.

Association between availability of soda at school and

Examine energy drink/shot and regular and diet soft drink use among United States secondary school students in 2010-2011, and associations between such use and substance use.

Energy drink use and high-risk behaviors: Research

Energy drink use and high-risk behaviors: Research evidence and knowledge gaps At least two non-mutually exclusive mechanisms have been suggested to explain the relationship between energy drinks and substance use. soft drinks, and substance use among United States secondary school students. J Addict Med. 2014; 8 (1):6–13. [PMC free