A MEMORIAL plaque commemorating one of the worst wartime bombing strikes to hit Bournemouth has been unveiled today, the 70th anniversary of the tragic day. The bombing strike killed an estimated 131 people, including allied airmen from Australia and Canada who had been dispatched to Bournemouth prior to being sent to war. As well as destroying […]
Energy drinks are steadily making their way into our everyday lifestyles, universally across the age groups, people consume looking for a quick-fix energy replacement to get through the day. But how much do we really know about them? In the project I’ll be looking at the way these highly caffeinated beverages can affect us and […]
From the playgrounds to students studying late into the night, or partying early into the morning hours. Joshua Saunders investigates how energy drinks are not only stealing our kids sleep but could be putting their lives at risk… The UK has the second largest market for energy drinks in the world, falling behind the USA. […]
Energy drinks are hastily populating our supermarket shelves, yet many people are unaware of how dangerous the overconsumption of caffeine can be. I spoke to Lottie Bradley and Lou Coel about when their troubled relationships with canned caffeinated beverages turned sour…
In our quest to understand energy we visited Bournemouth varsity tennis team to see how they maintain stamina into the final moments of the game and try out some alternatives to energy drinks. Click on the links below to find out more about energy drinks
If caffeine is a drug then we are an ever expanding world of drug addicts. It’s in our teas, coffees, energy drinks even small amounts are sneaked into some of our chocolate bars. Some students are even brewing their own caffeinated beers. But how much caffeine is actually contained within our day to day purchases?