Energy Drinks and Alcohol: Links to Alcohol Behaviors and Consequences Across 56 Days
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一篇發表在 Journal of Adolescent Health 的文獻指出,大學生常將市售含咖啡因的能量飲料和含酒精的飲料混和並喝下,但研究發現:這樣做不僅會讓這些年輕人喝下更多的含酒精性飲料,還會增加年輕人做出危險舉動的機率 (例如:酒駕).... ..

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