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  • Aussie students are guzzling energy drinks
  • Aussie students are guzzling energy drinks
    University of the Fraser Valley (2014) ©

Aussie students are guzzling energy drinks

Aussie students looking for a caffeine kick in the run-up to exams are cracking open cans of energy drinks to keep them awake for those late night study sessions. But although a can of Monster might give a quick boost, it may be damaging people's health in the long run.



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