There is no evidence that moderate levels of caffeine consumption during pregnancy cause problems for babies, according to a new study on BMJ Online, from the British Medical Journal.

Some health officials have warned that caffeine increases the risk of premature births and low birth weight. Some earlier studies have suggested that a high caffeine intake can lead to lower average birth weights. Others have found no connection between caffeine and problems with fetal development.

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