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Caffeine can offset health risks of diets high in fat and sugar

A new study suggests that caffeine can help to limit weight gain and reduce cholesterol production, even in relation to diets that are high in fats and sugar.

Essential Science: Linking screen time and obesity together

New research suggests that too much screen time, for young people, is correlated with an increased consumption of sugary-foods and caffeine. This draws a connection between the use of devices and obesity.

Essential Science: Algorithm provides caffeine in-take strategy

For many people caffeine is an effective stimulant, providing much needed alertness. But when is the best time drink coffee? And how can you avoid drinking too much? An algorithm has the answers.

Study: four cups of coffee protects the heart

A new study finds that caffeine, at the level equivalent to four standard cups of coffee, protects the heart with the added help of mitochondria.

Drink coffee to avoid cirrhosis: Study

Drinking coffee on a regular basis lowers the risk of developing cirrhosis of the liver, according to a new research study.

So is coffee good for you or bad for you?

Many recent studies have suggested that moderate coffee intake causes no harm (and may cause some good). However, a new study suggests that 'high' coffee consumption can reduce the lifespan.

Link between coffee and reduced chance of IVF success

A study in Denmark has demonstrated a link between excessive coffee intake and a reduced chance of success from in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment among women.

Negative energy? Dont overdo on caffeine

If you down an energy drink in your need for some pep, you wont be alone. The energy-drink market has exploded into a $3.4 billion business in the United States, growing by 80 percent last year.

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