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Aonso-Diego, Gema and Krotter, Andrea and García-Pérez, Ángel (2024) Prevalence of energy drink consumption world-wide: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Addiction , 119 , (3) , pp. 438-463.

Ajibo, C and Van Griethuysen, A and Visram, S and Lake, A A (2024) Consumption of energy drinks by children and young people: a systematic review examining evidence of physical effects and consumer attitudes. Public Health , 227 , pp. 274-281.

Kristjansson, Alfgeir L and Kogan, Steven M and Mann, Michael J and Smith, Megan L and Lilly, Christa L and James, Jack E (2023) Possible role of caffeine in nicotine use onset among early adolescents: evidence from the Young Mountaineer Health Study Cohort. PLoS ONE , 18 , (5) .

Rogers, Peter J (2022) Determinants of food reward and some parallels with vehicles for self-administration of nicotine, caffeine and alcohol. Addiction , 118 , (4) , pp. 601-602.

Sefen, Jessica Atef Nassef and Patil, Jayaditya Devpal and Cooper, Helen (2022) The implications of alcohol mixed with energy drinks from medical and socio-legal standpoints. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience , 16 .

Applied Prevention Science International. (2022) Psychoactive substances and the developing brain: new findings underscore prevention need. APSI Prevention Nuggets .

Pascoe, Michael J and Radley, Sarah and Simmons, HTD and Measham, Fiona (2022) The Cathinone Hydra: increased cathinone and caffeine adulteration in the English MDMA market after Brexit and COVID-19 lockdowns. Drug Science, Policy and Law , 8 .

Khouja, Claire and Kneale, Dylan and Brunton, Ginny and Raine, Gary and Stansfield, Claire and Sowden, Amanda and Sutcliffe, Katy and Thomas, James (2022) Consumption and effects of caffeinated energy drinks in young people: an overview of systematic reviews and secondary analysis of UK data to inform policy. BMJ Open , 12 , (2) , e047746.

Haan, Elis and Westmoreland, Kirsten E and Schellhas, Laura and Sallis, Hannah M and Taylor, Gemma and Zuccolo, Luisa and Munafò, Marcus R (2022) Prenatal smoking, alcohol and caffeine exposure and offspring externalizing disorders: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Addiction , 117 , (10) , pp. 2602-2613.

Papadimitriou, Nikos and Markozannes, Georgios and Kanellopoulou, Afroditi and Critselis, Elena and Alhardan, Sumayah and Karafousia, Vaia and Kasimis, John C and Katsaraki, Chrysavgi and Papadopoulou, Areti and Zografou, Maria and Lopez, David S and Chan, Doris S M and Kyrgiou, Maria and Ntzani, Evangelia and Cross, Amanda J and Marrone, Michael T and Platz, Elizabeth A and Gunter, Marc J and Tsilidis, Konstantinos K (2021) An umbrella review of the evidence associating diet and cancer risk at 11 anatomical sites. Nature Communications , 12 , p. 4579.

Vanattou-Saïfoudine, Natacha and McNamara, R and Harkin, A (2012) Caffeine provokes adverse interactions with 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA, 'ecstasy') and related psychostimulants: mechanisms and mediators. British Journal of Pharmacology , 167 , (5) , pp. 946-959.

Vanattou-Saïfoudine, Natacha and Gossen, Anna and Harkin, Andrew (2011) A role for adenosine A1 receptor blockade in the ability of caffeine to promote MDMA “Ecstasy”-induced striatal dopamine release. European Journal of Pharmacology , 650 , (1) , pp. 220-228.


McNamara, Sinead and Killeen, Nicki and Eagleton, Marie and Keenan, Eamon (2023) HSE emerging drug trend monitoring. Year 2 results from the Syringe Analysis Programme 2022. The identification of injecting trends in the Dublin and Midland Region through the application of syringe analysis methodology. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Safefood. (2016) Energy drinks in Ireland - a review. Dublin: Safefood.

Global Drug Survey. (2014) The global drug survey 2014 findings. Global drugs survey.

Alcohol Concern Cymru. (2011) Mixed messages. Cardiff: Alcohol Concern.

Stimulant Drinks Committee, Safefood. (2002) A review of the health effects of stimulant drinks. Cork: Food Safety Promotion Board.


Organization of Teratology Information Specialists. (2022) Mother to baby: fact sheets [Internet]. Brentwood (TN): Organization of Teratology Information Specialists.


National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. (2017) Quick guide to drugs & alcohol. New South Wales: Drug Info. State Library of NSW .

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Northern Ireland Alcohol and Drugs Alliance. (2020) APG - dual diagnosis and addiction. Caffeinated alcoholic drinks presentation. In: All Party Group on addiction and dual diagnosis, 29 September 2020, Virtual.


[RTE News] , Burnhill, Eleanor Increase in synthetic drugs led to multiple overdoses last year, says HSE. (04 Jan 2024)

[Independent.ie] , Walsh, Orla The truth about energy drinks. (13 Mar 2018)

[Irish Examiner] , Ring, Evelyn EU parliament vetoes energy drink ‘alert’ claims. (10 Jul 2016)

[thejournal.ie] , Hennessy, Michelle Irish watchdog likely to recommend that energy drinks are not consumed by children. (30 Oct 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , Pickover, Ella Energy drinks ‘iron blow’ to teen girls. (30 Sep 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Callaghan, Helen New book suggests caffeine is a widely abused drug. (06 Apr 2014)

[Independent.ie] , Pickover, Ella Concerns raised over alcohol-energy drinks. (08 Mar 2014)

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