One Too Many? Coffee Isn't The Cure Reporting in the journal Behavioral Neuroscience, researchers found that caffeine was no help in countering the effects of alcohol on learning and decision making, at least in mice. Thomas Gould, psychologist at Temple University, explains the findings.
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One Too Many? Coffee Isn't The Cure

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One Too Many? Coffee Isn't The Cure

One Too Many? Coffee Isn't The Cure

One Too Many? Coffee Isn't The Cure

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Reporting in the journal Behavioral Neuroscience, researchers found that caffeine was no help in countering the effects of alcohol on learning and decision making, at least in mice. Thomas Gould, psychologist at Temple University, explains the findings. More information.