Caffeine: How Does It Affect Our Health? , English homework help

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It is an annotated Bibliography were we write specific information about the sources picked for the research. Check the attachment for a better understanding.

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I have already wrote about 4 and I need 15 in total so if you could write 11 more of them.In addition, I would also the links of the sources to be with them so I can go through them after for the research paper.

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Caffeine: How Does It Affect Our Health? , English homework help
Caffeine: How Does It Affect Our Health? , English homework help

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Research Question: Caffeine: How Does It Affect Our Health 1)Knapik, J.J.; Trone, D.W.; McGraw, S.; Steelman, R.A.; Austin, K.G.; Lieberman, H.R. Caffeine Use among Active Duty Navy and Marine Corps Personnel. Nutrients 2016, 8, 620. This Scholarly journal article provide another point of view and interpretation of data drawn from a survey which was conducted by the National l Health and Nutrition Examination. The authors come from a military physicians, U.S. Army Public Health Command, and Naval Health Research Center...etc. The authors propose of writing this article was to provide statistics and data of caffeine use among active duty and marine corps personal and compare them to previous studies. The intended audience in this article is probably going to be usual coffee users and marine corps personal with active duty navy. The research conducted in this matter was not only considering caffeine consumption it also includes Tea, Energy drinks, Soda, Gum and medication. In other words, any form of sugar or caffeine. In these data, it shown that personal from the age of 18 to 35 consume more than half of personals in the study. Which indicates that younger active personals consume more coffee and older people switch to tea instead. 2)Vera, Nathalie. "Coffee and College Students: A Harmful Relationship?" The Bottom Line. N.p., 29 Oct. 2013. Web. 23 Mar. 2017. This is a journal published by a staff writer named Nathalie Vera on The Bottom Line webpage. It provides several arguments and reasoning for misuse of caffeine to the amount which makes it addictive in college students. The purpose of this article is to provide certain information that drinking coffee itself is not harmful to the human body but as everything, consuming too much of something can have catastrophic consonances. Several conclusions have been made in the article. One o them is that caffeine may not be addictive but after drinking it daily the body likes. Perhaps that’s why it takes five to six hours for the body to eliminate about half the caffeine in a cup of coffee. Overall, doing anything in moderation is all what a person should do in order to be been stated before that consuming too much cups of coffee can do more harm than good if a student pull an all nightery. 3)"Nancy Snyderman debunks new coffee study." N.p., 16 Aug. 2013. Web. 24 Mar. 2017. This is a video of NBC medical correspondent Nancy Snyderman. The purpose of this video is to argue that there are major holes in a new study that says people who drink more than four cups of coffee a day have a significantly increased risk of death. The intended audience in this video is the average American coffee consumer or world-wide coffee consumers. Personally, I don’t think this illustrates a good scientific reasoning, what I would do if I were working in NBC is that I would provide an expert scientist in this matter and I would let him explain his argument based on several experiments and why he thinks that those evidences are correct for the viewer to believe in this stuff. Overall, this is beneficial for me only as what the media sometimes mention and what it does to make people believe which what the media is used to do. 4)Scott. "Why Coffee Makes You Tired and Sleepy." Driftaway Coffee. N.p., 11 Apr. 2016. Web. 24 Mar. 2017. This is a web-page article that was written by Scott which is a professional writer for Driftaway Coffee. He worked as a barista for eight years, but today prefers to enjoy his beverages from the other side of the counter as a writer. His article interduces several reasons and explanations of why does consuming coffee makes you sleepy and tired. As always this is a very general topic that everybody who consumes coffee should be interested in. It is true that the author is professional in working as a barista, but I don’t think working as a barista makes you an expert in the body counter reaction to coffee consumptions illustrate, the reasoning mentioned in the article is not based on any studies or data, which makes it less desired to be used in the research but good for reading it and knowing more about regular coffee consumer and professional barista ...
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Research Question: Caffeine: How Does It Affect Our Health?
1. Baratloo, Alireza, et al. "The role of caffeine in pain management: A brief literature
review." Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine 6.3 (2016).
This is a literature review that looks at how caffeine can be used in pain management. The
literature review uses data from PubMed to identify the role that caffeine plays as an adjuvant
therapy and caffeine being an element that can be used to modulate pain. The literature review
also incorporates consultations from Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. Caffeine is
a component that can be added to medicine to increase its effectiveness. Currently, caffeine is
being used as an agent in the treatment of migraine. The idea of caffeine as a treatment for
migraine is based on a study where 60 mg was administered to patients and was seen as an
abortive option. Caffeine acts on adenosine receptors which are the central nervous system
responses to pain or hurt. Although the effects cannot be replicated in patients suffering from
cancer, it is a primary adjuvant in patients suffering from migraines, hypnic headache and
postdural puncture headache. The evidence presents in this literature review for medical
practitioners to investigate how caffeine can be used in modulating pain is useful in the research
to answer the effects of caffeine on health.
2. Diego, Miguel, et al. "Caffeine use affects pregnancy outcome." Journal of Child &
Adolescent Substance Abuse 17.2 (2008): 41-49.
This is a research study that is published in Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse,
looking at the effects that consumption of caffeine has on the outcome of pregnancy. The
research was conducted on 750 women, using quantitative methods, interviewing women who
were pregnant on some of the variables like symptoms of anxiety, depression and substance
abuse. The research was conducted again at the neonatal stage and infants investigated to show
sleep-wake tendencies. The results of the research study shows that there are symptoms of
anxiety associated with caffeine use. The conclusion reached by the study is that young mothers
tend to drink more caffeine and the result is newborns with lower birth weight, stress behaviors
like tremors, jerkiness and hiccups. The results of the study show that caffeine has adverse
effects on health among pregnant women. This is a reliable source of information since it is a
primary source, using evidence collected.
3. Ennis, Danielle. "The Effects of Caffeine on Health: The Benefits Outweigh the
This is a journal article that is a literature review of the effects of caffeine on health. The paper
reviews previous research on the health risks that are associated with consumption of caffeine.
The paper balances the risks and benefits that can be provided by the consumption of caffeine.
The opinion of this paper is that the potential benefits that are associated with the consumption of
caffeine may be more than the risks. The primary benefits that are identified in this literature
review are promoting physical activity, increasing alertness, relieving pain, minimizing cognitive
impairment, and wading off cardiovascular and cerebrovascular conditions. The literature rev...

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