Study Conducted by Researchers from WHO Raises Health Concern About Energy Drinks

October 17, 2014 02:54 PM
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A group of researchers in Denmark has conducted a review of a number of studies related to possible public health risks due to the increased consumption of those popular energy drinks. We'll find out what they learned when we talk with the review's lead author in today's One on One Segment. And... Since the need is so urgent, several experimental Ebola treatments are being put through the US regulatory process at an incredible fast pace. Jessica Berman will tell us how and why these promising treatments are being approved so quickly. U.S. President Barack Obama said this past week that the risk of a widespread Ebola outbreak in the United States is very very low if all the proper protections are taken. Rebecca Ward tells us that officials with the European Space Agency's Rosetta mission this week have confirmed where, what day and time it's Philae lander will be touching down on comet 67P. We'll tell you about a group of students from New Jersey who successfully designed and built an underwater robot for locating submerged unexploded ordnance. Antarctica's ice shelves are melting at a rapid rate and that could spell trouble for people who live on coastlines throughout the world. We'll have a report on an effort to monitor the temperature of the ice-shelf and how fast it is melting in real-time by using a fiber optic cable.