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ToxStrategies publication most downloaded at Food and Chemical Toxicology

In April 2017, ToxStrategies scientists, along with a team of multidisciplinary experts, published a novel systematic review on the potential adverse health effects associated with caffeine consumption in healthy adults, pregnant women, adolescents, and children. This comprehensive assessment included evaluation of cardiovascular, behavioral, reproductive & developmental, bone & calcium, and acute effects. When the total body of evidence was evaluated, and when study quality, consistency, level of adversity, and magnitude of response were considered, the evidence generally supported that consumption of up to 400 mg caffeine/day in healthy adults is not associated with overt adverse effects.

This work was published in Food and Chemical Toxicology, and has been the most downloaded publication for this journal in the last 90 days! To read one of the first reviews to apply systematic review methodologies to toxicological assessments, please click here. For more information about our Systematic Review and Evidence-Based Toxicology capabilities, please click here.

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