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A R Jagim et al, 2020. Adverse events reported to the United States Food and Drug Administration related to caffeine-containing products, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Volume 95 (8).

M C Cornelis et al, 2020. Recent caffeine drinking associated with cognitive function in the UK Biobank, Nutrients, Volume 12 (7).

R K Cooper et al, 2020. Caffeine Enhances Sustained Attention Among Adolescents, Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, published online.

S Rodda et al, 2020. Mechanisms for the Reduction of Caffeine Consumption: What, How, and Why, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, published online.

H Jahrami et al, 2020. Intake of caffeine and its association with physical and mental health status among university students in Bahrain. Foods, Volume 9 (4).

T C Torres-Ugalde et al, 2020. Caffeine Consumption in Children: Innocuous or Deleterious? A Systematic Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Volume 17.

C Irwin et al, 2019. Effects of Acute Caffeine Consumption following Sleep Loss on Cognitive, Physical, Occupational and Driving Performance: a systematic review and meta-analysis, Neuroscience Biobehavioral Reviews, published online.

L M M de Pooter-Stijnman et al, 2018. Effect of caffeine on sleep and behaviour in nursing home residents with dementia, European Geriatric Medicine, Volume 9(6)

F O'Callaghan et al, 2018. Effects of Caffeine on Sleep Quality and Daytime Functioning, Risk Management and Healthcare Policy, published online.

C Doepker et al, 2018. Key findings and implications of a recent systematic review of the potential adverse effects of caffeine consumption in healthy adults, pregnant women, adolescents, and children. Nutrients, Volume 10 (10).

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