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Strange as it may seem, the most widely consumed drug in the world is
not alcohol, marijuana or even cocaine – it is caffeine!  Caffeine is a
stimulant that is found in the leaves, fruits and beans of some plants.
The most popular caffeine containing plants are coffee (beans), the kola
nut and teas.  In this issue of Nyam News, we will examine the effect of
caffeine on health and well being and determine if there are any benefits
to be derived from the consumption of this naturally occurring alkaloid.

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