Caffeine Quiz: Test Your Medical IQ
Reviewed by Charles P. Davis, MD, PhD on April 7, 2011
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Johns Hopkins: Caffeine Withdrawal Recognized as a Disorder
Satel, S. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 2006; vol 32: pp 493-502.
National Institute on Drug Abuse: Cocaine Caffeine Nicotine Sedatives Alcohol
Oregon State University: Micronutrient Information Center
Medline Plus: Caffeine in the Diet
International Food Information Council Foundation: Caffeine & Health: Clarifying the Controversies
American Dietetic Association: A Wake Up Call
American Dietetic Association: Should I Give Up Caffeine Now That I Am Pregnant?
National Toxicology Program: Caffeine
Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, 1983; vol 72: pp 375-383.
American Academy of Sleep Medicine: Sleep & Caffeine
ScienceDirect: Caffeine Content in Coffee as Influenced by Grinding and Brewing Techniques
National Sleep Foundation: Caffeine and Sleep
Cleveland Clinic: Caffeine and Headache
PubMed.gov: Efficacy of Anti-Aging Products for Periorbital Wrinkles as Measured by 3-D Imaging
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