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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.
New ICN Food List app can help people struggling with urinary tract food sensitivity

New ICN Food List app can help people struggling with urinary tract food sensitivity

Vibration-based technology reduces apneic events, improves critical clinical parameters in premature infants

Vibration-based technology reduces apneic events, improves critical clinical parameters in premature infants

Stony Brook Medicine expert shares tips to minimize heartburn during holiday season

Stony Brook Medicine expert shares tips to minimize heartburn during holiday season

Vibration-based therapy can successfully treat apnea events in preterm infants

Vibration-based therapy can successfully treat apnea events in preterm infants

Drinking moderate amounts of caffeine during pregnancy does not harm baby's intelligence

Drinking moderate amounts of caffeine during pregnancy does not harm baby's intelligence

New technological solution improves physical health, vitality and brain fitness of seniors

New technological solution improves physical health, vitality and brain fitness of seniors

Study may lead to development of highly accurate screening test for early-stage ovarian cancer

Study may lead to development of highly accurate screening test for early-stage ovarian cancer

Drinking one 16-ounce energy drink may increase risk of cardiovascular events in young adults

Drinking one 16-ounce energy drink may increase risk of cardiovascular events in young adults

Brief manualized treatment helps people with problematic caffeine use lower caffeine consumption

Brief manualized treatment helps people with problematic caffeine use lower caffeine consumption

Energy drink consumption linked with serious cardiovascular events

Energy drink consumption linked with serious cardiovascular events

Psychoactive drugs can help sedentary people to exercise, suggests Kent endurance expert

Psychoactive drugs can help sedentary people to exercise, suggests Kent endurance expert

New analysis confirms presence of mycotoxins in coffees sold in Spain

New analysis confirms presence of mycotoxins in coffees sold in Spain

UF Health researcher reveals how betel nut's psychoactive chemical works in the brain

UF Health researcher reveals how betel nut's psychoactive chemical works in the brain

Limiting consumption of sugary drinks helps combat childhood and adolescent obesity

Limiting consumption of sugary drinks helps combat childhood and adolescent obesity

Nicotine reinforcement demonstrated in study with ‘never-smokers’

Nicotine reinforcement demonstrated in study with ‘never-smokers’

Study points to genetic/metabolic factors that make people vulnerable to nicotine addiction

Study points to genetic/metabolic factors that make people vulnerable to nicotine addiction

Drinking coffee increases risk of cardiovascular events in young adults with mild hypertension

Drinking coffee increases risk of cardiovascular events in young adults with mild hypertension

ONR holds workshop to discuss impact of sleep deprivation on warfighters

ONR holds workshop to discuss impact of sleep deprivation on warfighters

Clinical dietitian suggests tips to help parents ensure healthy nutrition for children

Clinical dietitian suggests tips to help parents ensure healthy nutrition for children

Study sheds light on certain antagonist drugs that block physiological responses

Study sheds light on certain antagonist drugs that block physiological responses