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Energy drinks and alcohol may affect adolescent brains in similar way to cocaine

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Researchers from Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN, USA) have observed that consumption of highly caffeinated alcoholic beverages elicits alterations in the adolescent brain, activating similar brain pathways engaged by substances of abuse such as cocaine.
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