Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

NJ College Bans Alcoholic Energy Drinks

Freitag 22. Oktober 2010 von htm

Peter Mercer, president of New Jersey’s Ramapo College, has banned caffeinated alcoholic beverages on campus after a rash of hospitalizations among students consuming them, the Associated Press reported Oct. 19.
One brand of the beverages, Four Loko, is gaining popularity among high school and college students due to its low cost, high alcohol content, and fruity, easy-to-drink flavors. A 23.5-ounce can of Four Loko contains as much alcohol as four beers. (Source: Join Together, 10/21/10)

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