TEENS AND HEALTH

‘Energy drinks’ raise red flags for parents


Pioneer Market decided to keep Redline energy drink behind the counter with tobacco products when theft by teens and others became a problem, store operator Jason Dubberke said.As Pioneer Market has learned, teens have a thirst for an “energy drink” called Redline.
So much so, young folks don’t let a shortage of pocket money hold them back from the product.
“A lot of them were being stolen,” store coowner Jason Duberkke explained. “So we put them behind the c...

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