Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical responses to psychological stress and caffeine in men at high and low risk for hypertension.
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Jan 01, 1998
These findings demonstrate for the first time the combined effects of caffeine plus stress on ACTH and demonstrate greater corticosteroid effects in hypertension-prone men. As such, they may have implications for the dietary use of caffeine during periods of stress and in those at risk for hypertension.
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