USA: Report says caffeine will prove useful in battle against terrorists
A new report published by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) has revealed that caffeine may become an important drug amongst the US military forces currently fighting Islamic extremists in Afghanistan. Scientists working for NAS' Institute of Medicine discovered that consumption of between 100 and 600mg of coffee (between one and six cups) can be used to increase the performance of the military men and women who must stay alert and undertake complex tasks.
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