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While I can't say he's lying, there's no evidence that acquired anhydrosis is related to chronic stress (or chronic elevations of adrenaline/norepinephrine.) Acquired anhydrosis is uncommon but not rare, and is usually caused by diseases that also happen to attack either the nervous system or the sweat glands themselves. It can also be caused by injuries to ...


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In most studies, caffeine intake was associated with no significant weight change or a slight weight loss. Caffeine - no weight change 1) Caffeinated Coffee Does Not Acutely Affect Energy Intake, Appetite, or Inflammation but Prevents Serum Cortisol Concentrations from Falling in Healthy Men (The Journal of Nutrition, 2011) Sixteen apparently healthy, ...


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Milk consumption and osteoporosis In a large study in Sweden they observed an association between high milk consumption and increased incidence of osteoporosis, especially in women. The authors suggested that one possible explanation could be reverse causality: People who knew they were at increased risk of osteoporosis, for example, due to family history ...


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