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Caffeine Consumption Linked to Glaucoma
Heavy consumption of caffeinated coffee increases the risk of glaucoma.
January 21, 2013
Caffeine Consumption and Leaky Bladder
Could drinking too much caffeine cause a serious bladder problem?
February 18, 2013
Teenage Brain Development May Be Delayed b...
There’s new evidence that teenagers who overdo their caffeine consumption could be delaying their brain development.
September 26, 2013
Study: Candy Consumption Frequency Not Lin...
A study sponsored by the National Confectioners Association finds the frequency of candy consumption is not linked to obesity, heart disease or choles...
May 23, 2013
Can You Be Addicted to Coffee?
Sheila, 47, and her 16-year-old daughter, Lauren, take their love of coffee to a dangerous new level. Sheila says she drinks 16 cups per day and has a...
March 06, 2014
Is Coffee Good or Bad For You?
It doesn't feel like a good morning until we've had that first cup of coffee - or second, or third! But is there too much of a good thing? With more r...
June 13, 2013
Research Looks at a Link Between Coffee, T...
Researchers look for possible link between caffeine consumption during pregnancy and behavioral issues in kids. Did they find one?
July 09, 2012
Study Shows Kids Moved Away from Caffeinat...
Children are drinking less caffeinated soda and more energy drinks and coffee, study finds.
February 12, 2014
Contact Lens Effectively Delivers Glaucoma...
In the future, medication to treat eye diseases like glaucoma could be dispensed from a contact lens, new research suggests.
December 10, 2013
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Most American Kids Are Caffeinated
Despite years of successful efforts to get kids to kick the cola habit, 73 percent of them are still walking around with caffeine surging through thei...
February 12, 2014
Perk Up Your Memory with Caffeine
Need to remember something? Drink some coffee! Trace tells you about a new study that explores how caffeine strengthens your memory.
January 14, 2014
Coffee Boosts Memory: Study
Researchers say consuming some caffeine after a task helps boost memory. They say only 200-milligram doses are effective.
January 13, 2014
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