Ask Tufts Experts: Caffeine; Cooking Sprays; Appetite Suppressants

Expert views on healthy eating.

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Q. “I often hear people say they are addicted to caffeine. Is that possible?”
A. Robin Kanarek, PhD, a professor of psychology in the School of Arts and Sciences at Tufts,

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