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Aged 50, the 50-year-old man  complained of discomfort for as long as two weeks. The original abdominal pain quickly developed into nausea and vomiting. He was sent to a hospital in Florida for treatment.

He had thought that these could be flu symptoms, but when his urine turned dark, the skin and eyes white yellow, he raised the alert.

The man recently started drinking four to five "common  energy drinks" [url=]Cigarettes For Sale[/url] to help him through a long working day, according to a report in the BMJ Case Study. He has only recently changed the diet and habits.

The results showed that men suffering from severe hepatitis. Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver and may also be liver damage.

The symptoms were "probably" caused by excessive #MarlboroCigarettesOnlin01# energy drinks, the study team wrote; this is the second known case.

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"The toxicity may be exacerbated by the cumulative effect of a man's energy drink containing 40 mg of niacin, twice the recommended daily intake," the British Medical Journal concluded in its statement of the results of the study.