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How Much Do You Know About Caffeine?

Is there a link between drinking a lot of caffeine and osteoporosis? Find out when you take this quiz.

1. How does caffeine affect the body?
2. Which of these countries consumes the most coffee per person?
3. How much does the average U.S. adult who drinks caffeine consume?
4. Caffeine consumption has been linked to which health problem?
5. Although green tea contains some caffeine, it also contains which beneficial substance?
6. Which beverage contains the most caffeine?
7. Which of these over-the-counter medications contain caffeine?
8. If you are trying to cut back on your caffeine consumption, what should you do?
Online Medical Reviewer: Horowitz, Diane, MD
Online Medical Reviewer: Wilkins, Joanna, RD, CD
Date Last Reviewed: 5/1/2017
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