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For the study, researchers gave some mice caffeine in their drinking water while others received plain water. The mice were exposed to sudden, stressful situations three weeks after starting this caffeine regimen, which included damp bedding, sharing living space with other mice, being deprived of food and water, cold baths, and having cages tilted at 45-degree angles. The researchers found only mice that went without caffeine experienced stress-induced changes to their brains and behavior. What’s more, the same changes occurred when the mice were given a drug meant to block adenosine receptor activity, as well as when all genes for adenosine receptors were deleted.
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