Translations:ENDS Youth & Young Adults/103/en
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- See above 2016 Adolescent caffeine consumption increases adulthood anxiety-related behavior and modifies neuroendocrine signaling and 2015 Caffeine triggers behavioral and neurochemical alterations in adolescent rats. This finds similar impairments in adolescent rats, when fed caffeine. It may well be that there is greater sensitivity in rats to stimulants, either way since no such impairments have been found in humans we must question the usefulness of the rat model. Rats are not little people!