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Final Report - Caffeine Consumption

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The Effects of Caffeinated and Decaffeinated Coffee on Heart Rate and Respiration

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Food and drink Chemistry Neurochemistry Caffeinated drink Decaffeination Coffee Caffeine Thirteen Pulse
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Food and drink Chemistry Neurochemistry Caffeinated drink Decaffeination Coffee Caffeine Thirteen Pulse
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Due to so many people’s dependence on this drink, this experiment was conducted in order to find some reasoning behind it’s effects on physical performance and respiration, and just what exactly this caffeinated drink does to the human body. It has been reported, from so far back as 70 years ago, that caffeine increases an individuals blood pressure (Myers 2004). One similar experiment to this one conducted is seen in Dusseldorp et al. (1989), where the effects of caffeinated versus decaffeinated coffee was also measured in order to observe the differences in an individual’s respiration and physical exertion. This experiment will ...
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