Cathy Clark-Reyes, dietician with Baptist Health Primary Care, helps patients with nutrition issues to improve their overall well-being. Sometimes, the underlying issue she finds is too much caffeine consumption.
Cathy Clark-Reyes, dietician with Baptist Health Primary Care, helps patients with nutrition issues to improve their overall well-being. Sometimes, the underlying issue she finds is too much caffeine consumption.
Cathy Clark-Reyes, dietician with Baptist Health Primary Care, helps patients with nutrition issues to improve their overall well-being. Sometimes, the underlying issue she finds is too much caffeine consumption.

Caffeine can play havoc on kids’ health

September 26, 2014 03:37 PM

UPDATED September 30, 2014 04:08 PM

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