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Coffee & Tea

Describes the chemical content of coffee and tea, and the pathways by which these chemicals affect the body. Identifies the latest findings on the positive and negative health effects of caffeine, and decaffeinated beverages. Discusses the potential for addiction in caffeine users. Advises patients about consumption of caffeine beverages.
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Learning Objectives

 

  1. Describe the chemical content of coffee and tea, and the pathways by which these chemicals affect the body.
  2. Identify the latest findings on the positive and negative health effects of caffeine, and decaffeinated beverages.
  3. Discuss the potential for addiction in caffeine users.
  4. Advise patients about consumption of caffeine beverages
Products specifications
Instructor R. Hullon, M.D., J.D.
Contact Hours: 3
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