Sorry, club kids. This just in, and it’s kind of gross.
According to the latest research, the popular energy drink Red Bull can increase the risk of heart damage. The participants of the study were university students aged between 20 and 24. Researchers found that just one sugar free can of Red Bull raised the level of stickiness of the blood and could lead to the formation of blood clots.
The creators of Red Bull, of course, deny there is anything harmful in those little silver cans and say it has been scientifically tested for safety.
Still, maybe best not to guzzle this stuff by the gallon…
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