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caf·fein·at·ed

 (kăf′ĭ-nā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Containing caffeine: caffeinated beverages.
2. Stimulated with or as if with caffeine: "She has taken an indignant high road, her manner edgy, caffeinated" (Carol Anshaw).

caffeinated

(ˈkæfɪˌneɪtəd)
adj
1.
a. with no natural caffeine removed
b. with added caffeine
2. highly stimulated by caffeine

caf•fein•at•ed

(ˈkæf əˌneɪ tɪd)

adj.
containing caffeine.
[1980–85]
Translations
caféiné
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LOS ANGELES, March 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Caffeinated Club, a recently-launched line of naturally flavored club soda with the added benefit of caffeine and no sugar or artificial sweeteners, is pleased to have entered a distribution agreement with Gourmet Purveyors International in Los Angeles.
In a study led by the Harvard School of Public Health that tracked 50,000 women for 10 years, those who drank four or more cups of caffeinated coffee per day were 20 percent less likely to develop depression than nondrinkers.
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Medical research shows that mixing caffeinated energy drinks with alcohol is associated with higher levels of alcohol consumption, a likely result of caffeine's stimulating effects increasing the appetite for alcohol.
In the last ten years, the marketplace has seen an influx of caffeinated energy drinks and a wide range of foods with added caffeine.
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One group drank only caffeinated black tea, while the other group drank a caffeinated placebo that had an identical taste.
They found the risk of suicide was double in adults who drank decaffeinated coffee or little to no coffee, in comparison to those who drank between two and four cups of caffeinated coffee per day.
30 statement from university spokeswoman Carri Jenkins in which she said that the school doesn't serve or sell caffeinated drinks because there has not "been a demand for it.
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All such drinks will now be called " caffeinated beverages" and will come with a statutory safety warning.
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