Energy Drinks, Soft Drinks, and Substance Use Among United States Secondary School Students

Examines energy drink/shot and regular and diet soft drink use among United States secondary school students in 2010–2011, and associations between such use and substance use.This study uses self-reported data from cross-sectional surveys of nationally represented samples of 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students and conducted multivariate analysis examining associations between beverage and substance use.

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