I Y Kim et al, 2017. Differences in Parkinson’s Disease Risk with Caffeine Intake and Postmenopausal Hormone Use, Journal of Parkinson’s Disease, published online.

ABSTRACT: BACKGROUND: Caffeine intake has been associated with a lower risk of Parkinson’s disease (PD). This association is robust in men, but inconsistent in women due to a possible interaction with post-menopausal hormone (PMH) use. OBJECTIVE: To (1) evaluate the association between caffeine intake and PD risk and (2) assess potential effect modification of the […]

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R Machtinger et al, 2017. Association between preconception maternal beverage intake and in vitro fertilization outcomes, Fertility and Sterility, published online.

ABSTRACT: OBJECTIVE: To study whether maternal intake of beverage type affects IVF outcomes. DESIGN: A prospective study. SETTING: Tertiary, university-affiliated center. PATIENT(S): Three hundred forty women undergoing IVF from 2014 through 2016 for infertility as well as for pregenetic diagnosis for autosomal recessive diseases were enrolled during ovarian stimulation and completed a questionnaire describing their […]

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C L R S Paiva et al, 2017. Consumption of coffee or caffeine and serum concentration of inflammatory markers: a systematic review, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, published online.

ABSTRACT: Coffee consumption is associated with reduced risk of conditions that share low-grade inflammation as their physiopathological basis. We therefore summarized the effects of coffee or coffee components on serum levels of inflammatory markers. Clinical trials assessing the effect of coffee, caffeine or other coffee components on inflammatory markers were searched without restriction to publication date. Fifteen studies (8 involving coffee and 7 caffeine) were […]

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