Gender differences in caffeine effects show up post-puberty

06/16/2014 |

A study involving more than 100 children and teens found that caffeine had a greater impact on heart rate and blood pressure in boys than in girls after puberty, but no such gender differences were found among the younger children. Girls responded to caffeine differently depending on which phase of their menstrual cycle they were in, according to the study in the journal Pediatrics.

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