Boys seems to get greater kick out
of caffeine than girl', according to the
result of double blind study.
Boys also credited caffeine with having
positive effect on their athletic
performance, not so girls. The study
conducted by Jenifer L. Temple, a
neurobiologist and assistant professor
of neutrion science at the university of
Buffalo in the US, is the first to show
how gendres respond to caffeine consump-
tions. "We are hoping that our findings
from studies on caffeine will help us
determine why males and females differ
in susceptility to drug abuse," says Temple,
the journal of Experimental and Clinical
Psychopharmacology reports.