Originally Posted Monday, September 24, 2012

Could energy drinks be next in line for a ban? New York's attorney general is investigating whether the energy drink industry is deceiving its consumers with misstatements about the ingredients and health value of its products. Makers of the drinks say they boost energy with a mix of vitamin B and other additives. The investigation will prove if that's true or not.

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