Use of caffeinated energy drinks among secondary school students in Ontario: Prevalence and correlates of using energy drinks and mixing with alcohol.

@article{Reid2015UseOC,
  title={Use of caffeinated energy drinks among secondary school students in Ontario: Prevalence and correlates of using energy drinks and mixing with alcohol.},
  author={Jessica L. Reid and David Hammond and Cassondra McCrory and Joel A Dubin and Scott T Leatherdale},
  journal={Canadian journal of public health = Revue canadienne de sante publique},
  year={2015},
  volume={106 3},
  pages={
          e101-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Caffeinated energy drinks have become increasingly popular among young people, raising concern about possible adverse effects, including increased alcohol consumption and related risk behaviours. The current study examined consumption of caffeinated energy drinks and use of energy drinks with alcohol, as well as associations with socio-demographic and behavioural characteristics, among a sample of secondary school students in Ontario. METHODS Survey data from 23,610 grade 9-12… CONTINUE READING
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