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Synonyms for caffeine

a bitter alkaloid found in coffee and tea that is responsible for their stimulating effects


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12 ( ANI ): MCaffeine, a caffeinated personal care brand has raised a sum of USD 0.
Although previous research suggests that caffeine can alter intraocular pressure, no study so far has compared the potential impact of decaffeinated and caffeinated drinks on glaucoma risk, the authors say in the study.
Unlike any other snack bar on the market, Eat Your Coffee Bars are caffeinated with a full cup of real coffee and packed with real ingredients to nourish and energize.
To ensure they stay alert at all times while on the road, people turn to caffeinated drinks.
The extraneous peak observed in the caffeinated coffee resembled the spectra of toluene, and comparisons confirmed its identification.
25 million participants, to calculate the relative risks of developing HCC for drinking between one and five cups of caffeinated coffee a day.
The excessive intake of caffeinated drinks had caused Cripe to undergo a medical condition known as arrhythmia, which results in abnormal heartbeat, lack of blood circulation and ultimate shut down of brain, heart and other vital organs of the body.
In analyzing data from the Longitudinal Investigation of Fertility and the Environment, which included more than 500 couples from Michigan and Texas, researchers found that a woman is more likely to miscarry if she and her partner drink more than two caffeinated beverages a day in the weeks leading up to conception.
Researchers also find that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of type 2 diabetes, and that caffeinated coffee lowers the risk of Parkinson's disease.
Availability and advertising of caffeinated drinks is on the rise in the Indian market.
6%) of the respondents drank caffeinated beverages one to six times per week.
Reducing caffeinated coffee consumption by 180 mg of caffeine (the equivalent of 2 cups) per day after 16 weeks' gestation doesn't affect birth weight.
In 2012, Health Canada transitioned caffeinated energy drinks from Natural Health Product (NHP) to Food and Drug classification and regulations, based on product characteristics, consumer perceptions and use.
flavored straws, Minneapolis-based Diversified Consumer Goods is introducing a line of non-caffeinated and caffeinated liquid infusers that turn a glass of milk into an all-natural iced coffee treat.
According to the company, this factory will source Robusta green coffee beans exclusively from Vietnam and use a natural water-based process to extract caffeine from the beans, enabling the decaffeinated coffee beans to retain the same taste and aroma as caffeinated ones.