Latest Research

I Griffin et al, 2020. Maternal Caffeine Consumption and Racial Disparities in Fetal Telomere Length, International Journal of Maternal and Child Health and Aids, Volume 9 (1)

H Choi et al, 2020. Maternal Coffee Intake and the Risk of Bleeding in Early Pregnancy: A Cross-sectional Analysis, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, Volume 20 (1).

S Lamy et al, 2020. Caffeine Use During Pregnancy: The Prevalence of Use and New-Born Consequences in a Cohort of French Pregnant Women, European Archives of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, published online.

C M Saunders et al, 2019. Food and nutrient intake and adherence to dietary recommendations during pregnancy: a Nordic mother-child population-based cohort, Food and Nutrition Research published online.

E Voerman et al, 2019. Associations of maternal caffeine intake during pregnancy with abdominal and liver fat deposition in childhood. Paediatric Obesity, published online.

M A Karalexi et al, 2019. Coffee and Tea Consumption during Pregnancy and Risk of Childhood Acute Myeloid Leukemia: A Childhood Leukemia International Consortium (CLIC) Study, Cancer Epidemiology, published online.

L W Chen et al, 2019. Maternal, but not paternal or grandparental, caffeine intake is associated with childhood obesity and adiposity: The Lifeways Cross-Generation Cohort Study, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 109 (6).

J Lyngso et al, 2019. Impact of female daily coffee consumption in successful fertility treatment: a Danish Cohort Study, Fertility and Sterility, published online.

R Wierzejska et al, 2019. Caffeine Intake During Pregnancy and Neonatal Anthroprometric Parameters, Nutrients, Volume 11(4).

D Modzelewska et al, 2019. Caffeine exposure during pregnancy , small for gestational birth and neonatal outcome - results from the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, Volume 19.

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