[MOL] Re: High Caffeine/shorter cycles! Thats the way Marty! [00770] Medicine On Line

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[MOL] Re: High Caffeine/shorter cycles! Thats the way Marty!

DEar CArla,

Thank you for that post. Its a good thing that post from me came from a
medical source and not me as I am a dummy when it comes to female
physiology and did not wish to be debated. Whewwww. As for caffeine, I
usually post messages that concern good health, but yet when it comes to
my coffee.......well I should not speak. Need my coffee.

And Carla,  never apologize for when and how and ifs about posting or
coming back. You need to do what you need to for yourself and you
deserve it.. We will always love and respect your decisions and whenever
you are ready...you will know and we will be here for you.

God Bless YOu
marty auslander

Carla wrote:
> Thats the way to go my brother..  Promote coffee drinking!  LOL!  I was
> wondering if you could give it a brand name and let me know before you put
> it on the net, so I can buy stock in that company!  My God, girls will be
> drinking coffee at age 13 and not getting their beauty sleep!  ROTFLOL!
> Oh well, it was time for me to pop in and let you all know that I am still
> around, just extremely busy...  It will be awhile before I am able to resume
> doing posting at all regularly.. but I am doing fine.  I think of you all
> the time... God bless you and much love to all.... Carla
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Martin Auslander <fitecancer@earthlink.net>
> To: mol cancer <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
> Date: Monday, April 12, 1999 10:34 AM
> Subject: High Caffeine Consumption Linked To Shorter Menses, Menstrual
> cycles
> >Good Morning My FRiends,
> >
> >Thought you ought to know if you already didn't
> >
> >
> >WESTPORT, Mar 19 (Reuters Health) - Women who are heavy caffeine
> >drinkers are twice as likely as caffeine abstainers to have short
> >menstrual cycles, according to researchers in California.  Dr.
> >Laura Fenster, of the Department of Health Services in
> >Emeryville, California, and a multicenter team interviewed 403
> >healthy premenopausal women enrolled in the Kaiser Permanente
> >Medical Care Program regarding menstrual function, caffeine
> >intake and other risk factors.  The women also collected daily
> >urine samples and kept diaries for approximately five menstrual
> >cycles.
> >
> >God Bless you
> >marty auslander
> >
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