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Children's National Health System's Brooke Bokor, MD, MPH, shares her insight on what's in energy drinks and how they affect children.
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In this video, Bokor, MD, MPH, a physician in the Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at Children's National, talks about the harmful effects of energy drinks on young consumers.
While prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) medicines serve an important role when used under a doctor’s care, the misuse of these medicines is a growing problem among today’s youth.
We caught up with Children's National's Brooke Bokor, MD, MPH, from the department of adolescent and young adult medicine to find out more about energy drinks and sports drinks.
The Adolescent Medicine Program at Children's National Health System/George Washington University is approved by ACGME and involves clinical, academic and research training.