My Dad has been drinking coffee for his whole life. But at this point in his life, his perfect brew is split into half caffeinated coffee and half decaf coffee. I’ve always been curious if caffeine consumption impacts my Dad’s medications because I know it impacts mine. Do you think that caffeine impacts your drugs? Have you ever conducted any experiments to test that theory?
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