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The Caffeine Paradox

7/8/2021
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Stress, anxiety and insomnia are rising as health concerns, yet consumers are drinking more and more caffeine on a daily basis. Matthew Barry, Senior Consultant for Drinks and Tobacco, calls this the "caffeine paradox".

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