DueJustice.com Handles all Energy Drink Health Issues and Wrongful Death.

At Risk Target Audience.

According to data from a study published in Pediatrics in February 2012, roughly 30% to 50% of adolescents and young adults consume energy drinks. In the year 2007, 46% of the 5,448 caffeine overdoses reported in the United States affected patients who were younger than 19 years of age. The danger of serious health risks is something that we understand well, and can take appropriate action on.

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A Lack of Regulation.

Energy drinks are currently labeled as “dietary supplements”, and this allows them to dodge regulation by the FDA. The current legal limit of caffeine in a soda is 71-mg per 12-ounces.  Some energy drinks contain more than 500-mg of caffeine. A number of people have suffered serious dehydration, heat exhaustion, and hospitalization as a result of exercising intensely after consuming an energy drink without sufficient water to remain hydrated.

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