Baby mouse brains are affected by caffeine

08/8/2013 | Science News

Caffeine has negative effects on baby mice whose mothers were given the stimulant during pregnancy, according to a study published in Science Translational Medicine. While the study has no clear correlation for humans, the findings show that caffeine exposure resulted in brain changes and memory deficits in mouse offspring.

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