Caffeine research

Caffeine research

Caffeine research. File photo dated 07/03/16 showing coffee being poured into a mug. Drinking coffee or tea within four hours of bedtime does not affect sleep, a study has found. Issue date: Monday June 24, 2019. Researchers from Florida Atlantic University and Harvard Medical School recorded caffeine, alcohol and nicotine consumption among 785 volunteers and compared daily sleep diaries and data from wrist sensors. See PA story HEALTH Coffee. Photo credit should read: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire URN:44534981 (Press Association via AP Images)

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