According to a new Neurology study, caffeine may not have the beneficial effects for Parkinson's symptoms as previously reported.
A new study to be released in Neurology identifies caffeine levels in the blood as a potential biomarker for Parkinson's disease, Researchers discovered people with Parkinson's had lower levels of caffeine in their blood than people without the disease, even if they had consumed the same amount of caffeine.
Researchers provide some revealing facts about sleep and debunk myths about sleep problems.
A new study reports caffeine may worsen neuropsychiatric symptoms associated with Alzheimer's disease. Caffeine, researchers report, exacerbates neophobia, anxiety and cognitive flexibility in mouse models of the disease.
Researchers have developed a new algorithm that can determine the ideal time to consume, and correct dosage of caffeine that can maximize alertness under sleep loss conditions.
Caffeine has surprising effects when it comes to team work, researchers say. A new study reveals people who drank coffee gave more positive reviews about group task performance and were more on topic than those who drank decaf.
A new study reports caffeine concentration, the equivalent of four cups of coffee, can promote the movement of a regulatory protein into mitochondria. This can enhance mitochondrial function and protect heart cells from damage.
According to researchers, drinking coffee could reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. The study reports dark roasted coffee appears to have better neuroprotective qualities than light roasts.
Researchers question why many of us are unable to live without our daily cup of coffee. According to a new study, bitter tastes are a natural warning system to protect the body from harmful substances, yet people with heightened ability to detect the bitter taste of coffee learn to associate it with positive things and tend to drink more than those with lower sensitivity. Researchers say this sensitivity is caused by genetic variants.
A new study reports caffeine plus another compound found in the waxy coating of coffee beans may help protect the brain against Parkinson's disease.
A new study reveals caffeine therapy appears to have benefits for healthy brain development in children born prematurely. Researchers report preterm babies given caffeine therapy had better cognitive scores, reduced odds of cerebral palsy and less hearing impairments as toddlers.