Healthwatch: Caffeine Affects on Children

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A new study shows that caffeine may have different affects on girls than boys after they reach puberty.  Researchs shows that girls experience different changes in heart rate and blood pressure than boys.  Additional studies still need to be conducted to find the cause of the affects.

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