Caffeine does not directly affect growth, expert says

10/14/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Pediatric expert Dr. Laurie Cohen at Children's Hospital Boston said there is no good evidence that caffeine itself affects a child's growth. She said caffeine could indirectly affect proper growth if it leads to serious sleep deprivation and noted most problems with caffeine and children are related to sleep.

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