Do Antidepressants Give You More Energy?

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Do Energy Drinks Raise Your Blood Pressure?

A news article making the rounds describes a study in which subjects drank two energy drinks a day for a week. Their blood pressure rose by about eight percent on the first day, and stayed high for the week. The subjects had an average age of 26, and were otherwise healthy. They did not engage in strenuous exercise during the study.

The message is clear: energy drinks can raise your blood pressure, which may be ok for healthy people, but an eight percent increase in people with pre-existing...

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