Caffeine found to stimulate consumption of sugary drinks
from Dental Tribune International
Researchers at Deakin University in Melbourne in Australia have announced the results of a recent study that indicate that caffeine may increase consumption of soft drinks. The researchers have thus called for stronger regulation of caffeine as an additive in food because it appears to be a major contributor to obesity and other health issues, such as dental caries in the general population.
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