Would You Inhale Caffeine For a Quick Energy Boost?

The New York Times recently reported a new e-cigarettelike device that allows users to inhale a boost of caffeine, taking the place of a morning cup of coffee or an afternoon energy drink. But the effects of caffeine when inhaled could differ from caffeine in food or drink, according to Mary Sweeney, a postdoctoral research fellow at the school of medicine. Would you try out this new device? Cast your vote in today's poll and share your thoughts below.

Would You Inhale Caffeine For a Quick Energy Boost?

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