Latest Research

F-L Bu et al, 2020. Relationship Between Caffeine Intake and Infertility: A Systematic Review of Controlled Clinical Studies, BMC Womens Health, Volume 20 (1).

F Jin & C Qiao, 2020. Association of Maternal Caffeine Intake During Pregnancy With Low Birth Weight, Childhood Overweight, and Obesity: A Meta-Analysis of Cohort Studies, International Journal of Obesity, published online.

I C Madendag et al, 2020. Effect of coffee consumption on fetal renal artery blood flow and amniotic fluid volume in third trimester pregnancy, Pak J Med Sci, Volume 36 (4).

C Dupont et al, 2020. Effectiveness of a Therapeutic Multiple-Lifestyle Intervention Taking Into Account the Periconceptional Environment in the Management of Infertile Couples: Study Design of a Randomized Controlled Trial - The PRPCI Study, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, Volume 20 (1)

S Berglundh et al, 2020. Maternal Caffeine Intake During Pregnancy and Child Neurodevelopment Up to Eight Years of age - Results From the Norwegian Mother, Father and Child Cohort Study, European Journal of Nutrition, published online.

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.

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