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Drunkorexia: Calorie Restriction Prior to Alcohol Consumption among College Freshman
Using a sample of 692 freshmen at a southeastern university, this study examined caloric restriction among students prior to planned alcohol consumption. Participants were surveyed for self-reportedExpand
Athletes and Energy Drinks: Reported Risk-Taking and Consequences from the Combined Use of Alcohol and Energy Drinks
This study measured athletes’ alcohol, energy drink, and combined-use. It also compared athletes’ reported risk-taking and consequences while using alcohol-only and in combination with energy drinks.Expand
Frequency of energy drink use predicts illicit prescription stimulant use.
BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to examine energy drink (ED) usage patterns and to investigate the illicit use of prescription stimulants among college students. METHODS A sample of 267Expand
Effect of Energy Drink Consumption on Power and Velocity of Selected Sport Performance Activities
It was concluded that while the dose of stimulants in the ES was adequate to improve performance of smaller muscle groups, it may not have been sufficient to affect the larger muscle groups of the lower legs which contribute to the CVJ. Expand
A Comparison of the Combined-Use of Alcohol & Energy Drinks to Alcohol-Only on High-Risk Drinking and Driving Behaviors
Combined-users are more likely to drive after drinking, drive while knowingly drunk, and participate in other high-risk behaviors such as heavy drinking that increase the potential for injury. Expand
Energy Drink Cocktails: A Dangerous Combination for Athletes and Beyond
ABSTRACT The combined-use of alcohol and energy drinks (EDs) on college campuses and in communities has become a considerable public health concern. Among college students, intercollegiate athletesExpand
Combined Use of Alcohol and Energy Drinks Increases Participation in High-Risk Drinking and Driving Behaviors Among College Students.
Combined use of alcohol and energy drinks may place drinkers at greater risk when compared with those who consume only alcohol, and combined users were significantly more likely to report indicators of high-risk alcohol use. Expand
High-Risk Driving Behaviors Among 12th Grade Students: Differences Between Alcohol-Only and Alcohol Mixed With Energy Drink Users
Although this study does not link risky driving behaviors to specific drinking events, it does indicate a relationship between AmED-use and high-risk driving. Expand
Impact of alcohol and alcohol mixed with energy drinks on non-medical prescription stimulant use in a nationally representative sample of 12th-grade students.
The need to better understand influences on non-medical prescription stimulant, energy drink and AmED use among 12th grade students in the U.S. is highlighted, as the combined effects of stimulants contained in energy drinks and the depressant effects of alcohol appear to be associated with increased non- medical prescription stimulants use. Expand