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Researchers have pinpointed the 'caffeine gene' that controls our reaction. They say that although the changes between people are small, it could affect our health. Researchers have pinpointed the 'caffeine gene' that controls our reaction. They say that although the changes between people are small, it could affect our health. Researchers have pinpointed the 'caffeine gene' that controls our reaction. They say that although the changes between people are small, it could affect our health. New study suggests coffee addiction in... New study suggests coffee addiction in... New study suggests coffee addiction in...

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