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Caffeine

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priya rakhra

on 22 January 2013

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Transcript of Caffeine

Caffeine What is Caffeine? Naturally produced Artificially produced Drug Stimulant Where is it found? Tea Coffee Chocolate Dietary Supplements Energy Drinks Soft Drinks Symptoms Diuretic Alertness Focus Concentration ` Withdrawal Symptoms Dizziness Nausea Headaches Insomnia Seizures Palpitations THE END By: Priya Rakhra References: Christopher France,, and Blaine Ditto.
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