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. 1984 Jan;74(1):66-8.
doi: 10.2105/ajph.74.1.66.

Consumption of Coffee or Tea and Symptoms of Anxiety

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Consumption of Coffee or Tea and Symptoms of Anxiety

W W Eaton et al. Am J Public Health. .
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Abstract

The relationship of consumption of coffee or tea to self-reported symptoms of anxiety is examined with data from the detailed examination component of the National Center for Health Statistics Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Among this nationwide sample of 3,854 respondents, there was no significant association between consumption of coffee or tea and symptoms of anxiety.

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