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

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

Daily dose of coffee could help reverse non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Daily dose of coffee could help reverse non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Distribution of c-Myc protein during asymmetric cell division influences fate, roles of activated T cells

Distribution of c-Myc protein during asymmetric cell division influences fate, roles of activated T cells

Breast cancer medication letrozole could increase ovulation in women with PCOS

Breast cancer medication letrozole could increase ovulation in women with PCOS

USC study finds coffee consumption decreases colorectal cancer risk

USC study finds coffee consumption decreases colorectal cancer risk

Four commonly used medications to treat pregnant women with migraines may not be safe

Four commonly used medications to treat pregnant women with migraines may not be safe

Couple's caffeinated beverage consumption can increase risk of miscarriage

Couple's caffeinated beverage consumption can increase risk of miscarriage

Chronic lack of sleep lowers grades of students

Chronic lack of sleep lowers grades of students

World sleep day tackles poor sleep due to nocturia

World sleep day tackles poor sleep due to nocturia

AliveCor's new Kardia Band for Apple Watch allows people to capture medical-grade EKG anytime, anywhere

AliveCor's new Kardia Band for Apple Watch allows people to capture medical-grade EKG anytime, anywhere

Vanderbilt sleep specialist provides important tips for easing into seasonal time change

Vanderbilt sleep specialist provides important tips for easing into seasonal time change

Increased education may lead to better decision-making regarding caffeine intake among adolescents

Increased education may lead to better decision-making regarding caffeine intake among adolescents

Drinking more coffee may reduce risk of multiple sclerosis

Drinking more coffee may reduce risk of multiple sclerosis

Mississippi Department of Education voted to adopt Smart Snack standards

Mississippi Department of Education voted to adopt Smart Snack standards

GWAS can help pinpoint genetic variants that predict lifestyle risks for diseases

GWAS can help pinpoint genetic variants that predict lifestyle risks for diseases

Taste deficits appear to be more prevalent in MS patients

Taste deficits appear to be more prevalent in MS patients

New survey reveals truths and untruths about sleep

New survey reveals truths and untruths about sleep

Study shows regular caffeine consumption does not lead to extra heartbeats

Study shows regular caffeine consumption does not lead to extra heartbeats

UT Southwestern pediatric researchers identify key trigger of neonatal lung disease

UT Southwestern pediatric researchers identify key trigger of neonatal lung disease

New QUT research reveals road rumble strip could be a wake-up call to pull over

New QUT research reveals road rumble strip could be a wake-up call to pull over