volume 47, issue 1, P57-60 1990
DOI: 10.1038/clpt.1990.8
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Abstract: In experimental studies, caffeine increases blood pressure in caffeine-naive or nontolerant individuals, but not in regular caffeine consumers. Using an epidemiologic approach, we examined the hypothesis that serum-caffeine concentration would be positively associated with blood pressure in infrequent (but not habitual) caffeine users in a group of bus drivers. Infrequent and habitual users of caffeine showed no differences in systolic or diastolic blood pressures when there is no measurable caffeine in the se…

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