So, I'm sure a lot of you will totally disagree with me, but after just watching "Family Vacation 3" and seeing that kid shotgun a Red Bull... shit man. Up until this whole "energy drink" craze, I don't ever remember seeing kids drink coffee. In fact, most parents wouldn't let their kids drink coffee till sometime in their late teens. Sure, there's cola, root beer, and other caffeinated beverages that kids (including myself) would drink from time to time - but it wasn't nearly as often as some kids these days with their energy drinks. I don't know what is "worse" for you, but it seams to me that a Rockstar is probably way worse for you than a large coffee or a can of Coke.
There has got to be some negative side effects from a 10 year old kid drinking 1 to 3 energy drinks per day for x amount of years. If that same kid was drinking 3 cups of coffee a day (especially "back in the day") I'm sure something would be said, so why the fuck are energy drinks so socially acceptable?
Sometimes I wish Canada stuck to it's guns and kept their strict caffeine laws for beverages... none of these energy drinks would even be available to anyone.