Smoking and coffee consumption closely linked, study says

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
March 09, 2017
By Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Bristol, U.K. – A genetic variant called CHRNA5, which causes people to smoke more, also might cause them to crave more caffeine, suggests a study credited to the University of Bristol in the U.K. The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory reports. | READ MORE

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