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Caffeine is a bitter substance found in coffee, tea, soft drinks, chocolate, some nuts and certain medicines. It has many effects on the body's metabolism, including stimulating the central nervous system. This can make you more alert and give you a boost of energy.
Americans believe cancer to be major health care challenge, Mayo Clinic survey reveals

Americans believe cancer to be major health care challenge, Mayo Clinic survey reveals

High stress during ovulatory window reduces chances of conception in women

High stress during ovulatory window reduces chances of conception in women

Adenosine may play role in inhibiting REM sleep

Adenosine may play role in inhibiting REM sleep

Study shows how caffeine counteracts age-related cognitive deficits in animals

Study shows how caffeine counteracts age-related cognitive deficits in animals

Research suggests drive to drink coffee may be embedded in our genes

Research suggests drive to drink coffee may be embedded in our genes

Seeds of tropical shrub guarana contain ten times more amount of catechins than green tea

Seeds of tropical shrub guarana contain ten times more amount of catechins than green tea

CARRS-Q study shows caffeine combined with bright light can improve driver alertness

CARRS-Q study shows caffeine combined with bright light can improve driver alertness

UCLA researchers develop noninvasive technique to treat breathing problems in premature babies

UCLA researchers develop noninvasive technique to treat breathing problems in premature babies

New report reveals high levels of caffeine in energy drinks could lead to cardiac complications

New report reveals high levels of caffeine in energy drinks could lead to cardiac complications

Expert shares sleep tips for college students

Expert shares sleep tips for college students

New report urges policy makers to act against excessive energy drinks consumption by children, teenagers

New report urges policy makers to act against excessive energy drinks consumption by children, teenagers

Searing temperatures can be inherently dangerous to vulnerable children, older adults

Searing temperatures can be inherently dangerous to vulnerable children, older adults

Drinking piping hot beverages may increase risk of esophagus tumors

Drinking piping hot beverages may increase risk of esophagus tumors

Caffeine use may not improve alertness after three nights of restricted sleep

Caffeine use may not improve alertness after three nights of restricted sleep

Caffeine and alcohol co-consumption linked to negative outcomes among adolescents

Caffeine and alcohol co-consumption linked to negative outcomes among adolescents

Experts discuss new insights into early stages of Parkinson’s disease at EAN Congress

Experts discuss new insights into early stages of Parkinson’s disease at EAN Congress

Study explores how lighting impacts healthy food choices

Study explores how lighting impacts healthy food choices

Diet-based therapy may improve quality of life in IBS patients

Diet-based therapy may improve quality of life in IBS patients

Raging with anger may increase risk of cardiovascular problems

Raging with anger may increase risk of cardiovascular problems

Telephone-based intervention helps reduce menopause-related insomnia, hot flashes

Telephone-based intervention helps reduce menopause-related insomnia, hot flashes