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Caffeine Gets A Clean Bill Of Health

Popular culture and our mass media tell us that caffeine is responsible for everything from addictions to childhood behavioral disorders. Some activists have even blamed caffeine for osteoporosis and heart disease. Is there any truth to these claims? Not according to Health writer Betsy Hornick, who deconstructed the anti-caffeine hysteria in yesterday’s Chicago Tribune. (free registration required)

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