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www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/can-coffee-really-stunt-your-growth

Jul 16, 2015 ... Few foods or drinks have been as well studied as coffee. Research ... But, did you ever hear that coffee might stunt your growth? Apparently, it's ...

kidshealth.org/en/teens/coffee.html

I love coffee but people tell me that it stunts your growth. Is that true? ... with normal sleep. If you decide to cut back or stop drinking coffee, do so gradually.

www.nytimes.com/2005/10/18/health/the-claim-drinking-coffee-can-stunt-a-childs-growth.html

Oct 18, 2005 ... THE CLAIM -- Drinking coffee can stunt a child's growth. THE FACTS -- Besides the jitteriness, the insomnia and the prospect of one day ...

science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/edible-innovations/coffee-stunt-growth.htm

Coffee: It's a beverage with lore and legend as rich as a double caramel latte. An advertisement from the first coffeehouse in England promoted coffee as "good ...

www.babycenter.com/404_is-it-true-that-caffeine-can-stunt-a-childs-growth_10310763.bc

Find out whether the caffeine your child might get from drinks and food ranging from energy drinks to chocolate bars can interfere with normal growth.

www.theroasterie.com/blog/myth-or-fact-coffee-stunts-your-growth

May 4, 2013 ... Don't drink that, it'll stunt your growth!” is a phrase many kids hear when growing up. As many of us can guess, the “that” being referred to is ...

goaskalice.columbia.edu/answered-questions/coffee-stunts-growth

Jun 1, 2015 ... People always say that coffee stunts your growth, does coffee ... So, height aside, you may want to think about your next coffee or energy drink.

www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/its-a-myth-theres-no-evidence-that-coffee-stunts-kids-growth-180948068

Dec 20, 2013 ... Because everyone knows, of course, that drinking coffee stunts the growth ... for not letting kids drink coffee that have nothing to do with growth.

answers.webmd.com/answers/1198194/does-coffee-stunt-your-growth

There's no good evidence to back up this commonly held belief. The few studies that have tried to link the amount of caffeine consumption and ...