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MagazineNovember 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 8)Shorts

* Soda manufacturers stand accused of adding extra caffeine to their drinks to get young consumers hooked

* Soda manufacturers stand accused of adding extra caffeine to their drinks to get young consumers hooked. While the manufacturers claim that caffeine is merely a flavour enhancer, when 25 adult regular cola drinkers were given colas with different levels of caffeine, only two could tell the difference between the drinks beyond chance (Arch Fam Med, 2000; 9: 727-34).

* US researchers say women who become pregnant despite taking either the combined or progesterone only Pill are between five and fourteen times more likely to have an tubal pregnancy compared with those not taking the Pill at conception (BMJ, 2000; 321: 450).


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