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Enhancing Quality of Life (QOL) has long been an explicit or implicit goal for individuals, communities, nations, and the world. But defining QOL and measuring progress toward meeting this goal have been elusive. Diverse " objective " and " subjective " indicators across a range of disciplines and scales, and recent work on subjective well-being (SWB)(More)
  • C P Beer
  • 2001
Although the majority of the population regularly consume caffeine, there are wide variations between individuals in both daily intake and susceptibility to caffeine's effects. These differences are at least partially genetically determined, possibly via variations in adenosine receptors or caffeine metabolism. Caffeine toxicity is well recognized.(More)
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