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NASA researchers exposed spiders to different chemicals, like caffeine and weed, and noted how differently they spin webs under the influence of each.
Most research on coffee consumption indicates that coffee is not bad for us, and is actually associated with some impressive health benefits. Here's why you shouldn't worry about your coffee habit.
Dandy Blend, an herbal coffee substitute, features dandelion root, chicory root, barley, and rye and tastes just like the real thing.
These cold brew coffee shots give me my daily caffeine fix in just 2 ounces — and I love their TSA-approved size
Forto coffee shots makes it easy to get your caffeine fix in a quick 2-ounce shot. No matter which flavor you choose, you pay $12 for a box of six.
This is the best time of day to drink coffee to stay alert and still sleep, according to a dietitian
Many of us drink coffee as soon as we wake up, but a dietitian said this might not be the best idea. If you wait a couple of hours and have your coffee mid-morning, you might feel better for it.
Coffee, tea, soda and other caffeinated drinks could be causing you to have a caffeine dependency. But, there's no need to cut out caffeine cold turkey. Here's how to gradually wean yourself off of caffeine.
Caffeine — whether it's consumed in the form of an energy drink or a cup of coffee — is a psychoactive drug. And like other drugs, it is possible to become addicted. Here are five signs you're reliant on caffeine.
Chances are you drink coffee at least once a day. But you probably don't know what that cup of coffee is doing to your brain. From memory performance to the risk of age-related cognitive decline, here's what you need to know about coffee and your brain.
Previously, coffee was only sold to teachers via vending machines or shops, but students would still find loopholes to purchase the drinks.
There’s even more evidence that coffee is good for your heart — and 4 cups a day might be the ideal amount
We've known for a while that drinking coffee is associated with a whole host of health benefits, but scientists haven't figured out why. A new study says it might have a lot to do with how caffeine improves the way our cells perform.