Intrauterine exposure to caffeine and inattention/overactivity in children.

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AIM To determine the association between intrauterine exposure to timing and sources of caffeine and inattention/overactivity, suggesting ADHD in the child. METHOD This study used prospectively collected data from the large population-based study, The Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study (MoBa). Participants were 25 343 mothers and their 18-month-old… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1651-2227.2010.01744.x

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@article{Bekkhus2010IntrauterineET, title={Intrauterine exposure to caffeine and inattention/overactivity in children.}, author={Mona Bekkhus and T Skj\othaug and Rannveig Nordhagen and Anne Inger Helmen Borge}, journal={Acta paediatrica}, year={2010}, volume={99 6}, pages={925-8} }