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Frequent intake of generous amounts of caffeine-containing foods and drinks may be a risk factor for detrusor instability in women.
The odds of suffering from urinary incontinence may be stacked against postmenopausal women on high-caffeine diet.
High dietary exposure to caffeine may put a man at high risk of suffering from urinary incontinence.
Caffeine users may be highly prone to suffer from symptoms of psychiatric ailments, such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and sleep disorders.
The likelihood of having childhood obesity may be high among offspring whose mother consumed caffeine frequently during pregnancy.
A significant reduction in insulin sensitivity may be found in healthy individuals who consumed caffeine regularly.
A decline in semen quality and male fertility is associated with frequent consumption of caffeine-containing beverages.
An increase in the risk of having spontaneous abortion and low birth weight babies is associated with high intake of caffeine-containing beverages during pregnancy.