My Health News Daily: Caffeine jolts boys more than girls

Release Date: December 7, 2010

A report in My Health News Daily discusses a study by Jennifer Temple, assistant professor, departments of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences and Psychology, that found that boys, but not girls, who consume caffeine, see an increase in their blood pressure.

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