ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 14, 2012
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(Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Lisa Stark) The impact of caffeine in coffee on the human brain examined; scenes shown from Wake Forest University where the reporter underwent brain scans before and on caffeine; details given about the chemistry of caffeine. [Wake Forest Baptists Medical Center Dr. Paul LAURIENTI- says blood flow to the brain drops 40 percent on caffeine.]
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