- Three lifestyle factors that impact miscarriage risk include both partners' caffeine consumption before conception.
- Sen. Schumer is calling on the FDA to investigate STEEM, a peanut butter that supplies 170 milligrams of caffeine per serving.
- Psychoactive drugs could be an effective way to encourage sedentary people to exercise, says a professor.
- A meta-analysis found that increasing amounts of caffeine consumption each day was linked to a decreasing risk of atrial fibrillation.
- Consumption of caffeine and taurine energy drinks spike heart contractions per hour.
- Because energy drinks reduce the sedative effects of alcohol, people who mix the two could be at risk for alcohol-related problems.
- Jillian Michaels was penalized for givinge her team caffeine supplements this week as they competed on 'The Biggest Loser.'
- The hour at which you drink coffee could influence the effectiveness of the caffeinated beverage.
- Sleep is especially important for teens, whose brains are going through the maturation process. New research finds that drinking just a few cups of coffee a day could have a damaging effect.
- Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz requested that customers do not carry guns in his company's stores and on the outdoor patios.
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- Four cups of coffee or tea can prevent and protect against non-alcoholic fatty liver disorder.