Study suggests prolific coffee drinkers may face a lower risk of gallstone disease.
Coffee has its upsides, but there are boundaries to set. Beyond four cups a day, you're approaching trouble.
For those battling anxiety, that cup of morning happiness may not be so harmless.
Fitness, food, light therapy and socialization can help fend off the seasonal sadness that befalls many amid winter's dark and dreary months.
Research suggests some workout-boosting beverages may restrict blood flow and oxygen delivery, which would make the heart work harder.
Research shows that the health benefits of coffee—even decaf—seem to outweigh the risks.
Enjoying a cup (or eight) of Joe per day may lower risks of Parkinson's disease, diabetes, multiple sclerosis and certain cancers.
Study shows a protective effect of caffeine consumption among patients with chronic kidney disease.
What you eat—and don’t eat—before bed will play a big role in what happens when your head hits the pillow.
Some so-called "natural" dietary supplements could send you to the ER.
Although a cup of java might provide a boost, find out what your body really needs.
Your genes may have some bearing on the amount of caffeine you need each day.
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