Energy drinks are becoming a popular drink in the US, and many people are buying them for their health benefits, but many also say they are making them less safe.
A new report released Tuesday finds that some energy drinks have been linked to serious injuries, including death, and a handful are linked to deadly poisonings.
The report from the Center for Science in the Public Interest found that between 2007 and 2014, there were more than 1,500 reported deaths from the drinks, with many people still recovering from their injuries.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the US is now home to more than 9,500 people who died from alcohol-related problems.
That’s a spike from the previous year, when there were 1,715.
The new report says the number of deaths due to alcohol- and caffeine-related deaths is expected to grow to about 3,000 a year by 2021.
Some energy drinks are more toxic than others, and some can be linked to potentially fatal conditions, including kidney and liver damage, heart disease, stroke and heart failure.
The problem of energy drinks has grown in the past few years, as the industry has grown and consumers have become more interested in healthier options, said Robert Zaid, the director of the Center.
The FDA has said that energy drinks should be labeled as such to help consumers make informed choices.
It said in February that it was reviewing the issue, and the FDA’s Consumer Product Safety Commission is investigating energy drinks and other beverages for possible safety violations.
The Centers for Diseases Control and Disease Prevention estimates that about 20 percent of energy drink-related fatalities are alcohol-induced, and that in 2016, energy drink sales rose almost 7 percent over the previous three months, according to the company’s website.
The company’s founder, Robert Samuels, said that after several years of research, he created a free energy bar in 2014.
He said the bar has been sold in many different countries around the world and has helped him raise money for medical research and other projects.
Energy drinks have become a popular health-focused drink in recent years, with the popular brand Purex Energy serving as the company of choice in many countries.
The product, which comes in various flavors and sizes, has been a hit in many parts of the world, with some countries including the US and Australia offering it for free, according of the company.
But the FDA has not said whether it will enforce its rules on energy drinks, or whether consumers should purchase them.
A spokesperson for the agency did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The agency says energy drinks may contain ingredients that can cause illness and death, such as caffeine, propylene glycol, formaldehyde and other ingredients.
The companies website includes warnings about how to use energy drinks.
But they don’t warn consumers about potential health risks or how to safely drink them, the agency said.
The products come in various forms, ranging from “premium” energy drinks to “free” energy bars.
They can also come in a variety of flavors, including sweet, salty and bitter.