Ladies, feel free to enjoy that latte: A new study shows drinking three to four cups of coffee can decrease your risk of developing endometrial cancer.
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Forget the caffeine and energy drinks. You might be interested to know that you might do just as well sniffing pleasant odors.
The Vessyl is a normal looking cup, with an extraordinary feature: it knows exactly what is in it at all times.
Ah, caffeine. We drink it during the day to stay awake, but that can sometimes result in sleepless nights. Now, a new app could help with that problem.
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Caffeine has been a choice to boost energy for centuries but the caffeinated beverage of choice for the young seems to be changing.
The analysis is the first to examine recent national trends in caffeine intake among children and young adults and comes amid a U.S. Food and Drug Administration investigation into the safety of caffeine-containing foods and drinks, especially for children and teens.
There is a growing concern over the health effects of energy drinks, especially on the heart.
Fifty-three percent of survey respondents said coffee was better than sex for waking up.
The FDA’s new look at added caffeine and its effects on children and adolescents is in response to a caffeinated gum introduced this week by Wrigley.
A recent study took a look at the link between soda, coffee and depression.
Energy drinks are not for children, according to Dr. John Russell, director of the family medicine residency program at Abington Memorial Hospital.
If you like that cup of coffee there may be another great reason to enjoy it. Researchers have found that daily moderate coffee drinking may be linked with a lower risk of heart failure.
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