Here's a win for caffeine addicts: apparently, drinking a few cups of coffee every day can actually help people live longer. Even more amazingly, decaf works just as well in boosting longevity.
Scientists specify the perfect amount of coffee that people should drink every day: four cups. In a new study, they explain how caffeine can help protect the heart cells from damage.
A teen died last April after consuming three caffeinated drinks over the course of about two hours.
Microwaving tea could extract about 80 percent of the caffeine, theanine and polyphenol compounds in the tea.
A 12-ounce serving of Black Insomnia coffee has four times the amount of caffeine in a regular cup and is 1.7 times over the recommended daily caffeine limit set by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Mixing alcohol with highly caffeinated energy drinks could increased the risk of physical injuries compared to drinking alcohol only.
A new study reveals that DNA can explain why some people tends to have more than two cups of coffee daily while others are satisfied with their morning cup.
A new case report suggests that high levels of caffeine in energy drinks could cause cardiac complications, including arrythmia.
Study shows that the stimulating effect of caffeine decreases after days of restricted sleep.
Honey Bees can't resist caffeine, and some plants are even making their nectar more caffeinated to attract them. This dynamic could have serious impacts on pollination and honey production, researchers say.
The current coffee-farming system, which involves non-shade farming and low prices wrested from poor farmers, is causing problems. These methods have been in place only since the 1970s and 1980s, and a study talks about how they could be changed.
A number of research studies have shown that coffee helps to protect against breast cancer, and now a new study shows that it even protects against the return of breast cancer.
Researchers have found that genetics can influence how people respond to caffeine, helping some develop a taste for the world's favorite dark and bitter brew.