WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration is investigating reports received as far back as 2007 of five deaths and a non-fatal heart attack occurring after Monster Energy drinks were consumed. “We take every issue of injury or death associated with a particular product and we look into it,” said FDA spokeswoman Shelly Burgess. While reports of adverse reactions date back to as far as 2004, the FDA first got regulatory authority to collect complaints about the ...

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