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Coffee and Caffeine
Drinking coffee may be related to a reduced risk of developing the liver disease alcoholic cirrhosis.
Cleaning your coffeemaker at least once a month, or more often if you are a caffeine junky, will keep your coffee tasting fresh and utterly delicious.
The key to the caffeine test comes from llamas and camels, pack animals that have transported caffeinated commodities such as coffee, tea and cocoa for centuries.
Does your coffee, tea or soda contain caffeine, despite its decaf label or the absence of caffeine on the ingredient list? You may soon be able to test the beverage yourself.
In urging the Seattle based coffee leader to "do the right thing," the group will encourage consumers to ask Starbucks to make their favorite coffee drinks with rBGH free milk.
Good health news for coffee drinkers, but study points to possible link between cola consumption and the risk of hypertension.
Women with a serious caffeine habit and a family history of alcohol abuse are more likely to ignore advice to stop using caffeine during pregnancy.
Coffee is a major source of caffeine, which is the most widely consumed stimulant in the world and has been implicated in the development of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack.
Coffee full of caffeine may be healthier and decaf coffee may cause heart problems.\n\n
Habitual coffee drinking is not associated with an increased risk of hypertension in women.
Caffeine taken in the morning has effects on the body that persist until bedtime and amplifies stress consistently throughout the day.Caffeine, Coffee and Stress
A study by researchers at Duke University Medical Center shows that caffeine taken in the morning has effects on the body that persist until bedtime and amplifies stress consistently throughout the day.
Caffeine is the most widely used neurostimulant in the world and it has been shown that 79 percent of the US population drinks coffee or other beverages containing caffeine at least occasionally.
New information suggests that your morning cup of coffee may be a healthy part of a nutritious breakfast. Research by an international team of scientists published in the April 2000 issue of Human and Ecological Risk Assessment has shown that automatic drip coffee makers can remove up to 85% of both copper and lead in tap water.