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April 2, 2019
by Patricia Tomasi

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The Very Thought Of Coffee Can Perk You Up According To New Research

April 2, 2019 08:00 by Patricia Tomasi  [About the Author]

coffee thinking
Can’t get going without your cup of joe in the morning? You’re not alone. Among all beverages, coffee is the world’s 4th most popular. Many turn to coffee for a lift when feeling low but turns out, just thinking of coffee can give you the same mental and physical effects without ever having had coffee. This is according to a new study published in the Journal of Consciousness and Cognition which found that after thinking about coffee, people started planning to do tasks sooner, and in general thought about more specific, detailed aspects of their lives. [More]

March 6, 2015
by David Porter, MA

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Risks Involved with Misuse of Caffeine

March 6, 2015 07:55 by David Porter, MA  [About the Author]

risks involvedwith misuseof caffeine
Currently, rates of caffeine consumption in the United States are stable- the FDA indicates that as of 2012, the rates of consumption have not increased; however, the source of consumption – e.g.- energy drinks- has (Food and Drug Administration, 2012). This is contradictory with the casual observation of the the popularity of caffeinated energy drinks, such as Red Bull and Monster, and increasingly large serving sizes of coffee. [More]

June 19, 2014
by Christie Hunter

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Caffeine Intake- Positive and Negative Effects on Health

June 19, 2014 04:55 by Christie Hunter  [About the Author]

caffeine intake positiveand negative effectson health
Caffeine is probably one of the most frequently used brain stimulating substances, commonly found in beverages like coffee, tea, etc. The amount of caffeine varies with the beverage type, for example coffee contains more caffeine than tea. The daily intake of caffeine has been a topic of debate among health experts for many years. Some suggest that caffeine stimulates the nervous system, thus improving the learning abilities and cognitive skills of a person. [More]