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

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However, BBC News did include a particularly useful quote from the main study author, Professor Michael Yassa, who cautioned that the findings "do not mean people should rush out and drink lots of coffee, eat lots of chocolate, or take lots of caffeine pills".
Moreover, the only study that examined the effect of caffeine on DOMS used caffeine pills, while the present research will use the caffeine in coffee.
Food and Drug Administration, energy drinks do not have to conform to the same regulations as traditional caffeinated sodas or over-the-counter caffeine pills.
There's this growing industry around fatigue management--money being poured into energy drinks, caffeine pills and sleep aids.
He did, however, have a box of caffeine pills in his possession, leading to the conclusion that he was likely suffering from pathologic intoxication.
"Rangi is like he's on caffeine pills! He is everywhere and anywhere on the pitch - we are well aware of how dangerous he is.
Hollyoaks (C4) Ste's life has been unravelling before his very eyes of late and that's all down to the fact that Daniel and Abi have been spiking his drinks with caffeine pills to ensure he gets no sleep.
HOLLYOAKS (C4 & S4C) Ste's life has been unravelling before his very eyes of late, and that's all down to the fact that Daniel and Abi have been spiking his drinks with caffeine pills to ensure he gets no sleep.
* I'm So Excited by Caffeine Pills! In a 1990 episode of the crypto-kiddie-porn high school sitcom Saved by the Bell, Jessie (played by Elizabeth Berkley, later to triumph as a bare-it-all-to-get-ahead dancer in Showgirls) gets hooked on caffeine pills while studying for a big math test and rehearsing for a singing audition.