Red Bull, Inc. markets its Red Bull energy drink as a mixer for alcohol, and consumers frequently drink Red Bull in cocktails mixed at home, restaurants, and bars. However, Red Bull is not a safe mixer in alcoholic drinks. In fact, it is potentially fatal. Research shows that compared to drinkers who consume alcohol alone, drinkers who mix energy drinks such as Red Bull with alcohol are twice as likely to require hospitalization, to drive drunk, to ride with a drunk driver, to assault someone sexually, or to be a victim of a sexual assault.
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