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Misconceptions about energy drinks could have health consequences, experts say

Many popular energy drinks contain five times the caffeine in a cup of coffee, but you probably won?t find the amount listed on the can. A professor says the omission could explain why a CDC study found some young people think energy drinks are safe.
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