Starbucks, the coffee chain, announced that it will add calorie count information on all of its beverages and pastries.
Starbucks coffee-chain has implemented a no-smoking ban within 25 feet of the store.
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.
A recent study indicates that a cup of joe may be an unlikely ally in the fight against a rare liver disease.
The patent consists of a toothbrush that would slowly release chemicals into a person's mouth.
How can we live longer, healthier and happier? Numerous studies have found that long life isn’t just about DNA. Time and time again, scientists have proven that people can significantly influence their lifespan by adopting a lifestyle that combines healthy nutrition, exercise, sleep and other health behaviors. Below are a few beverages for you to sip your way to a longer life.
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.
If Mayor Michael Bloomberg's soda ban does pass, it may do more harm than good, according to a new study.
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.
Drinking Greek coffee may be the secret to living a longer life, according to a new study.
Good news for coffee and green tea drinkers alike! That
The move has been controversial and drawn attention from the nation.
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.