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nature.com - 7 readers - Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages world-wide and one of the primary sources of caffeine intake. Given its important health and economic impact, the underlying genetics of its consumption has been widely studied.
time.com - 10 readers - Genes may explain why some people are more responsive to caffeine
nature.com - 7 readers - Molecular Psychiatry | doi:10.1038/mp.2014.107
businessinsider.com - 5 readers - A study of Italian and Dutch people’s DNA revealed a new gene that may affect how much coffee people drink.