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The investigators wish to express their gratitude to the subjects for their dedicated performance. In addition, we thank Cathy Carmeni and Nathalie Crépin for their expert assistance.
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Rieth, N., Vibarel-Rebot, N., Buisson, C. et al. Caffeine and saliva steroids in young healthy recreationally trained women: impact of regular caffeine intake. Endocrine 52, 391–394 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12020-015-0780-x
- Cortisol Concentration
- Caffeine Intake