Energy drinks may give you a needed boost but they may be doing a lot of harm to your pearly whites.
The same goes for sports drinks.
A new study published in the journal General Dentistry finds that the beverages can damage tooth enamel and cause cavities.
The American Beverage Association objects to the study saying it was not conducted on humans and doesn't mirror reality.
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