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A young man’s heart problems may have been triggered by his excessive consumption of energy drinks — he ended up in the hospital with heart failure after consuming four energy drinks per day for two years, according to a new report of the case.

The findings add to a growing body of evidence linking energy drink consumption with heart problems, leading the authors to call for warnings about the dangers of drinking these beverages in large amounts.

The 21-year-old man went to the hospital after he experienced progressively worse shortness of breath for four months as well as weight

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Restaurants continue to adjust their menus and processes to improve the customer experience during the pandemic. For Taco Bell, part of those adjustments include offering more restaurants that focus on the “Cantina” experience, and the first of its kind digital-only cantina has officially opened up in Times Square.

The appeal of restaurants like this one is the efficiency, especially during the ongoing pandemic when many customers want to lessen the time they spend indoors at restaurants. The digital-only set-up of this location allows for easy pick-up and features digital order pickup cubbies so guests can easily grab their food before

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When I was doing research for a cast iron story recently, I came across the argument that no one needs a cast-iron skillet because chefs don’t use them. No professional cook would ever take the time to use such an ancient pan, they argued, so neither should you.

That argument begs the question: Who said home cooks want to replicate the restaurant kitchen experience? Chefs and their comrades thrive off efficiency and speed. At home, especially during the

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The unemployment rate for the McLean County area labor market may have been 5.1% last month, but it’s a lot lower in certain job sectors. Restaurants, for instance, have had difficulty finding enough people to staff operations.

WGLT first reported on the shortage in February as pandemic restrictions began to ease. It has worsened substantially since then, according to owners and observers.

“I’ve been around the restaurant scene in Bloomington-Normal for a long time and I have not seen the labor shortage we are looking at right now,” said Larry Carius.

Carius headed the food service program at the McLean

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  • A 21-year-old man in the UK had to drop out of university after months battling a mysterious illness.
  • Doctors found he had heart and kidney failure after drinking four energy drinks daily for two years.
  • Caffeine overdose can be life-threatening, with symptoms like breathlessness, nausea, and tremors. 
  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

A 21-year-old man was hospitalized for

heart failure
and kidney failure after drinking more than half a gallon worth of energy drink every day for two years, according to a case study published April 15 in BMJ Case Reports.

Although he eventually recovered, the man was

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The ALL NEW 2021 Colorado Springs Food Truck Passport officially kicked off at the FOX21 Studios on Thursday!

Enjoy 12 Uniquely Different Local Food Trucks for only $20! As in years past, we’re donating 10% of net proceeds to Home Front Military Network.

For only $20 you receive one item valued up to $10 from each of these 12 different gourmet food trucks:

  • Good Grub by Taco
  • Solsage Food Truck
  • Road-Tisserie
  • Lush F2F Food Truck
  • Go Fish Food Truck
  • Waffee
  • Legacy Coffee
  • Tepex
  • Williams Soul Food
  • Evas Smokehouse BBQ
  • Baked & Loaded
  • The Hot Box

We’re giving you a

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