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 provide some revealing facts about sleep and debunk myths about sleep problems.
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.
According to a new Neurology study, caffeine may not have the beneficial effects for Parkinson's symptoms as previously reported.
Researchers report caffeinated drinks reduce our ability to taste just how sweet something is. Ironically, this makes us crave sweet tastes more.
A new study reveals animals injected with caffeine during the last 10 minutes of exposure to general anesthetic woke more quickly than those injected with saline solution. Waking times became significantly quicker with higher doses of caffeine.
Researchers report people who drink at least one cup of coffee a day are at a 12% reduced risk of dying from cancer, stroke and heart disease as those who did not partake in a daily cup of Joe. Lower mortality rates were present regardless of whether people drank fully caffeinated coffee or decaf, suggesting the association with longevity is not tied to caffeine.
Researchers have discovered 24 compounds, including caffeine, that have the potential to boost NMNAT2, an enzyme shown to help protect against dementia.
Researchers have presented the first known case of a patient experiencing hemorrhagic stroke following consumption of an energy drink.
A new study links consumption of sugary, caffeinated drinks to shorter sleep duration in adults.