Worrying link between excessive caffeine and dementia, Adelaide researchers warn | 7NEWS

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Whether it is to remedy a bad night’s sleep or you are looking for a quick pick-me-up, there is no doubting our country’s love affair with coffee.

But now, researchers have discovered a frightening link between too much caffeine and dementia.

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