Coffee is the most popular stimulant substance drunk all over the world. More than 150 million people in the United States drink coffee daily. The average coffee consumption by US adults is approximately two cups per day, which is the equivalent of approximately 280 mg of caffeine. Read more: Is Coffee Good for Your Health? Article
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