Latest Research

T van der Hoeven et al, 2017. Antenatal coffee and tea consumption and the effect on birth outcome and hypertensive pregnancy disorders. PLoS One, published online.

S E Hillier & E K Olander, 2017. Women's dietary changes before and during pregnancy: a systematic review. Midwifery, article in press.

A E Karmon et al, 2017. Male caffeine and alcohol intake in relation to semen parameters and in vitro fertilization outcomes among fertility patients, Andrology, published online.

B Del-Ponte et al, 2016. Caffeine consumption during pregnancy and ADHD at the age of 11 years: a birth cohort study. BMJ Open, published online.

M C Tollanes et al, 2016. Intake of Caffeinated Soft Drinks Before and During Pregnancy, But not Total Caffeine Intake, is Associated with Increased Cerebral Palsy Risk in the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study, The Journal of Nutrition, published online ahead of print.

M Lukic et al, 2016. Coffee Consumption and Risk of Cancer in the Norwegian Women and Cancer (NOWAC) Study. European Journal of Epidemiology, published online ahead of print.

M L Eisenberg et al, 2016. Relationship between Physical Occupational Exposures and Health on Semen Quality: Data from the Longitudinal Investigation of Fertility and the Environment (LIFE) Study. Fertility and Sterility, Volume 103 (5).

E Voerman et al, 2016. Maternal Caffeine Intake during Pregnancy, Early growth, and Body fat distribution at School age. Obesity, published online ahead of print.

Z X Li et al, 2015. Maternal Coffee Consumption During Pregnancy and Neural Tube Defects in Offspring: A Meta-Analysis. Fetal and Pediatric Pathology, published online ahead of print.

M A Klebanoff & S A Keim, 2015. Maternal Caffeine Intake During Pregnancy and Child Cognition and Behavior at 4 and 7 Years of Age. American Journal of Epidemiology, published online ahead of print.

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