Caffeine consumption slows down brain development

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Children’s and young adults’ average caffeine consumption has increased by more than 70 per cent over the past 30 years, and an end to this rise is not in sight: the drinks industry is posting its fastest-growing sales in the segment of caffeine-laden energy drinks. Not everybody is pleased about this development. Some people are worried about possible health risks caused in young consumers by the pick-me-up.

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‘World’s strongest coffee’ has 200% more caffeine than normal cup

Death Wish coffee: the strongest in the world (Picture: Solent)
Death Wish coffee: the strongest in the world (Picture: Solent)

Have trouble waking up in the morning? Maybe your cup of joe isn’t giving you the jolt you need. But not to worry: there’s a new coffee on the market that promises to inject 200 per cent more caffeine in your mug than ordinary coffee.

Its name? Death Wish — and it claims to be the strongest coffee in the world.

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