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Red Bull has hit back at accusations made in Swedish press last week that doctors believe the famous energy drink could have caused the deaths of three young adults in Sweden. According to local press reports Red Bull's head of information in Sweden, Susanna Ronn said: "This is just scare mongering. There's nothing dangerous in it. It's just an energy drink."


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