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and you want that extra kick to get you through the work day, but you don't want to end up laying in bed that night, wishing you could sleep. To drink coffee, or not to drink coffee? A new app called UP Coffee by Jawbone wants to help you get rid of
If combined, these two can become a potential tool in fighting cancer, a study showed. Researchers put the two together into certain configurations to see whether the new caffeine-based gold compounds could selectively stop cancer cells from growing
The researchers at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base have been conducting tests that give healthy soldiers electrical stimulation treatments to keep them awake during long stretches of mind-numbing drone surveillance or data monitoring, the Verge
In a story that could come straight out of Total Recall , the Pentagon has started testing the application of running low level electrical currents through soldiers' brains as a replacement for coffee and energy drinks. The currents, which are
Half of people with atrial fibrillation (AF), a condition characterised by irregular heartbeat, say that foods and drinks exacerbate their symptoms, and caffeine is among the most common. AF is caused by faulty electrical signals in the heart and it
Jan 30, 2014 A study out of American University is unleashing upon the unsuspecting public yet another type of disorder to acquireand this one seems pretty easy to get. Yes, it's caffeine use disorder, characterized by notable difficulties afflicted
Hot beverages tout health benefits but caffeine and calories are among the reasons why you may want to choose carefully. When you're feeling tired, cold or under the weather, there's nothing better than climbing into bed with a mug of something hot.
Photo / Dean Purcell A New Zealand company has hit back at claims its caffeine-laced energy strips could lead to addiction, kidney failure and stroke. Reddies Energy Strips are pitched at students, nightshift workers and athletes with the slogan "
While the holiday brings different meaning to different people, to me it invites the opportunity to revisit the idea of freedom...Some of us are not limited physically, but we may be confined emotionally by our worries, our thoughts, our erroneous
A new study in the journal Nature Neuroscience suggests the same amount of caffeine you find in a grande latte can enhance long-term memory in humans. "We report for the first time a specific effect of caffeine on reducing forgetting over 24 hours,"