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Social media post claiming that a video showing a balloon being resealed on contact with an energy drink exposes the harmful effects of such drinks has been proven to be fake.

The video being shared is a 2020 YouTube video that was described as a parody magic video by Rick Lax, a magician and content creator.

He calls it a prank magic video in its description.

While medical research studies have confirmed that energy drinks can cause serious health conditions, there is no credible information that such drinks exhibit the properties to reseal a cut-up balloon.

Therefore, the claim in the social media post is false.

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