In the past decade, the sources of caffeine consumed by young adults have become more varied without an increment in the overall intake, a new research has found. However, there has been a decline in the soda intake.
Coffee is believed to cause dehydration. However, new research reveals that drinking moderate amounts of coffee may not deplete bodily fluids. In fact, drinking moderate amounts of coffee may actually aid hydration in regular coffee drinkers.
Drinking coffee gives you more than just a mental boost- it can also help make your blood vessels more efficient.
Cory Terry's family filed an $85 million lawsuit against Red Bull for wrongful death after Terry suffered a heart attack 45 minutes post drinking an entire can of red bull.
Caffeine overdose is a rare occurrence but recent news shows that we should still be aware that it can accidentally happen to individuals who are more susceptible.
Coffee or sex? A new survey reveals that, upon rising, the majority of people desire a cup of joe more than a little action.
Researchers found that in mouse models, caffeine could slow down brain development when consumed before puberty.
A new product called Sprayable Energy will allow people to intake caffeine by spraying the odorless substance directly onto the skin.
Researchers found that drinking coffee every day could lower one's risk of suicide. http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/15622975.2013.795243
The American Medical Association announced that it will support a ban on marketing energy drinks to children under 18.
The American Psychiatric Association's newest edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) added caffeine withdrawal as a mental illness.
We've all heard of the health benefits of drinking coffee. The caffeinated beverage wakes us up in the morning, reduces our cancer risk, and lengthens our lives. So, wouldn't someone you drinks more coffee reap more health benefits? Wrong.
The patent consists of a toothbrush that would slowly release chemicals into a person's mouth.
Wrigley's company voluntarily took its caffeine gum product off the market while the FDA studies the effects of caffeine on young children.
The FDA announced that it will look into the effects of Wrigly's newest product, Alert Energy Caffeine Gum, on children.