Latest Research

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).

M C Cornelis & M R Munafo et al, 2018. Mendelian randomization studies of coffee and caffeine consumption. Nutrients, Volume 10 (10).

D S Overstreet et al, 2018. Higher habitual dietary caffeine consumption is related to lower experimental pain sensitivity in a community-based sample, Psychopharmacology, published online.

J E James et al, 2018. Adolescent habitual caffeine consumption and hemodynamic reactivity during rest, psychosocial stress, and recovery. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, Volume 11.

A L Kristjansson et al, 2018. Does early exposure to caffeine promote smoking and alcohol use behavior? A prospective analysis of middle school students, Addiction, published online.

C R Mahoney et al, 2018. Intake of caffeine from all sources and reasons for use by college students, Clinical Nutrition, published online.

T J Babwah et al, 2018. Most Major Side Effects of Caffeine Experienced by Young Adults Are Acute Effects and Are Related to Their Weekly Dosage Ingested, Journal of Caffeine and Adenosine Research, Volume 8 (1).

A Nehlig, 2018. Interindividual Differences in Caffeine Metabolism and Factors Driving Caffeine Consumption, Pharmacological Reviews, published online.

C Agoston et al, 2018. Caffeine Use Disorder: An Item-response theory analysis of proposed DSM-5 Criteria, Addictive Behaviors, Volume 81, published online.

G E Giles et al, 2018. Cautiously Caffeinated: Does Caffeine Modulate Inhibitory, Impulsive, or Risky Behavior? Journal of Caffeine Research, Volume 7 (1).

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