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How Does Coffee Compare to Cocaine and Cannabis?

Video   Oct 29, 2018 | Original Video from Soph's Notes

 

‘I can’t get started without a coffee.’


For many people, this statement is a standard morning greeting. But the mass consumption of coffee can make us forget what caffeine really is- a drug. So how does it compare to other drugs, namely cocaine and cannabis?


Adam and Tiffany’s Facebook Live on caffeine

https://www.facebook.com/NeuroNewsResearch/videos/532206153896681/


Ruairi’s article on Marilyn Cornelis’ study

https://www.technologynetworks.com/genomics/articles/the-genetics-of-coffee-consumption-310193


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