According to the Institute of Medicine, even more Americans can kill medical errors, up to 98,000 a year, bringing the total number of deaths to nearly 300,000. This is more than populations of cities like Newark, Buffalo or Orlando (or Brno). Even with more conservative estimates of deaths due to medical errors, medical care ranks third in the US cause of death.How does the medical community react to such condemnation conclusions? Total silence on all fronts.Caffeineism is a medical term used for those individuals whose behavior is affected by caffeine consumption. Nicotine inactivates caffeine. So when someone stops smoking, they should stop drinking coffee, otherwise caffeine will begin to accumulate in the tissues.