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COFFEE DRINKING LEADS TO DRUGS:   Sorry starbuck fans…we have some disturbing news about your daily pick me up.  Fox News is reporting coffee drinkers may be predisposed to stronger stimulants!  Cocaine? One lump or two?!!Young people who love drinking coffee are more likely to get hooked on drugs, scientists have claimed. A new study found those who respond favorably to caffeine, also found in energy drinks, could predict how they responded to other stimulant drugs such as amphetamines and cocaine. The finding published in Drug and Alcohol Dependence is based on a study of 22 people who were asked if they preferred caffeine to a placebo tablet. They were then given a type of amphetamine and asked to rate it. Most who liked the caffeine liked the drugs. (Fox News)

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