Java junkies

Ingram, Leah
October 1994
Entrepreneur;Oct94, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p78
Presents information on caffeine and its effects on health. Coffee and the heart; Health risks of drinking decaffeinated coffee; Effects of caffeine in the digestive system; Steps to getting rid of caffeine dependence. INSET: Caffeine culprits..


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