The next time you have a drink, consider replacing your usual with an Irish coffee. Finnish researchers found that heavy coffee consumption may protect men who drink alcohol against liver damage.
Energy drinks are once again under fire after a new study linked to beverages to increased blood pressure and disturbances in heart rhythm.
Tired of getting your energy fix from coffee, tea or energy drinks? You're in luck because starting next month Wrigley will start selling their new caffeinated gum.
Bees are suckers for caffeine just as many humans are. A new study found that some plants including grapefruit, lemon and oranges, are naturally caffeine-laced plants which gives a memory boost to bees when they consume it.
If you can never decide whether you want coffee or tea in the morning, these new findings will make the decision easier. Scientists have recently discovered that drinking coffee can add years to a person's life. The study, which involved nearly half a million older Americans, revealed that the risk of death decreased the more cups of coffee participants consumed.
Feeling sluggish? Maybe you should head over to your nearest Starbuck’s and order a Quadriginoctuple Frap.
The mother of eight would drink as much as 10 liters of the fizzy beverage a day.
Move aside coffee, tea, milk and orange juice. Mountain Dew is introducing to the world "a new way to do mornings" with Kickstart, a bubbly fruit-flavored Mountain Dew beverage made with 5 percent juice, B and C vitamins and "just the right amount" of caffeine.
Energy drinks are often endorsed with the mention of ingredients they contain such as guarana and ginseng, known to boost the mind and body. However, a new study suggests that beverages such as Redbull have only one useful ingredient, which is caffeine.