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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.
Experts address sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury

Experts address sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury

Better sleep helps students to improve final exam performance

Better sleep helps students to improve final exam performance

UBC review highlights importance of sleep hygiene practices for children

UBC review highlights importance of sleep hygiene practices for children

A love of coffee and tea is mostly genetic

A love of coffee and tea is mostly genetic

Sugary drinks may be addictive and are harmful to health, study suggests

Sugary drinks may be addictive and are harmful to health, study suggests

New, naturally low-caffeine option for tea drinkers

New, naturally low-caffeine option for tea drinkers

Consuming just a single energy drink may disrupt vascular function

Consuming just a single energy drink may disrupt vascular function

Energy drinks narrow blood vessels within 90 minutes of intake

Energy drinks narrow blood vessels within 90 minutes of intake

Young adults educated on dietary supplements in college are more likely to use them appropriately

Young adults educated on dietary supplements in college are more likely to use them appropriately

Home blood pressure measurements can be used to diagnose hypertension in U.S. adults

Home blood pressure measurements can be used to diagnose hypertension in U.S. adults

Largest ever study identifies new genes linked with high blood pressure

Largest ever study identifies new genes linked with high blood pressure

Energy drink users have greater exposure to digital marketing than non-users, shows study

Energy drink users have greater exposure to digital marketing than non-users, shows study

Research uncovers detrimental consequences of sleep deprivation

Research uncovers detrimental consequences of sleep deprivation

Many parents blame electronics for sleep problems among teens

Many parents blame electronics for sleep problems among teens

Consuming more caffeine may help reduce risk of death for people with kidney disease

Consuming more caffeine may help reduce risk of death for people with kidney disease

Awareness of arrhythmia symptoms to prevent stroke and heart failure

Awareness of arrhythmia symptoms to prevent stroke and heart failure

Sleeping six to eight hours a night is most beneficial for heart health, suggests study

Sleeping six to eight hours a night is most beneficial for heart health, suggests study

Seven activities that prevent you from getting quality sleep during summer

Seven activities that prevent you from getting quality sleep during summer

Long-term cannabinoid exposure impairs memory, study shows

Long-term cannabinoid exposure impairs memory, study shows

Learning to live well with dementia

Learning to live well with dementia