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22.Drinking 5 or more cups of coffee per day (p. 266)A. actually reduces the rate of heart attacks.B. slightly increases the risk of a heart attack.C.more than doubles the risk of a heart attack.D. increases heart attack risk only in smokers.
BT: RememberHart - Chapter 11 #2223.The textbook describes a legend about the discovery of coffee's effects by a goatherd who saw his goats dancing around after eating coffee beans. (p. 250-251)TRUEBT: RememberHart - Chapter 11 #23
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24.In 2007, Americans consumed more gallons of coffee than of soft drinks. (p. 252)
BT: RememberHart - Chapter 11 #2425.Robusta beans have a higher caffeine content than other beans. (p. 252)
BT: RememberHart - Chapter 11 #2526.A single species of tea bush is the basis for traditional green, black, and oolong tea. (p. 253-255)
BT: UnderstandHart - Chapter 11 #2627.The xanthine found in tea that is prescribed for asthma is called robusta(p. 255).
BT: UnderstandHart - Chapter 11 #2728.A typical cup of brewed tea contains just under half as much caffeine as a typical cup of brewed coffee. (p. 255)
BT: UnderstandHart - Chapter 11 #2829.A 12-oz. Mountain Dew in Canada contains more caffeine than a Coca-Cola Classic. (p. 258)
BT: RememberHart - Chapter 11 #2930.The maximum CNS effects of caffeine are reached about 2 hours after drinking coffee. (p. 260)
BT: RememberHart - Chapter 11 #3031.(p. 261)There are no consistent documented withdrawal symptoms from caffeine. FALSEBT: RememberHart - Chapter 11 #3132.After drinking too much alcohol, caffeine may keep a person awake, but he or she will still be intoxicated. (p. 264)
BT: RememberHart - Chapter 11 #3233.(p. 254)Describe how The Stamp Act of 1765 and the later Trade and Revenue Act of 1767 triggered a revolution and changed the consumption patterns of tea and coffee in the United States and England.
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34.(p. 255, 256, 258 and 259)Using 100 mg of caffeine as a typical amount in a small cup of brewed coffee, discuss other sources of caffeine and the relative amounts in each.
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