Browsing University of Missouri-Columbia by Subject "Caffeine -- Physiological effect"
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(University of Missouri, 1912)The purpose of this series of experiments is to determine if certain drugs produce structural changes in the higher brain cells, of which the Purkinje cell is taken as a type. It is known from physiological experiments and ...
(Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2012-04)Caffeine consumption <200 mg/d in pregnancy appears safe. (SOR: B, based on an RCT and cohort studies.) Older cohort studies suggest higher doses are associated with harmful effects.
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)This study investigated relationships between reported academic stress, caffeine consumption, and illicit prescription stimulant use, as a means of better identifying students likely to use illicit prescription stimulants. ...