Coffee or Tea?

Today, coffee is a much more popular beverage choice among Americans than tea, although green tea is gaining popularity with health-conscious individuals.

Regular tea and coffee contain caffeine, but coffee typically has 2-3 times more than tea. Caffeine consumption has some ill physiological effects but probably has little or no impact on the overall risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease...

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