A study published in the British Dental Journal has found that a rising number of 12-14 year olds are regularly drinking sports drinks. These drinks pose an increased risk of obesity and tooth decay, concluded the Cardiff University School of Denistry survey.
A 17-member international expert panel has published new guidelines on preventing and treating hyponatremia by drinking only when thirsty.
Waterlogged: The Serious Problem of Overhydration in Endurance Sports, examines widely applied hydration prescriptions for athletes and scrutinises claims of the sports drink industry that run counter to years of scientific study.
This book examines widely applied hydration prescriptions for athletes and scrutinizes claims of the sports drink industry that run counter to years of scientific study.
As there is no strong evidence that nutritional supplements and sports drinks are good for health, their manufacturers should not sponsor sport.
Consumption of energy drinks among teenagers may be linked with poor mental health and substance use
Drinking low or non-alcohol beer is a good way of rehydrating after exercise
Children and people with cardiac arrhythmias refrain from consuming energy drinks.