Frequent caffeine consumption reduces gray matter volume in areas of the right medial temporal lobe, including the hippocampus. Ten days of "caffeine abstinence" helps regenerate gray matter.
Consuming nicotine and alcohol four hours before bedtime causes worse sleep continuity and sleep disruptions. Surprisingly, researchers found no link between caffeine consumption four hours before sleep and sleep disturbances for most people.
A new study reports a simple cup of coffee could be key to helping people stick to their fitness plans.
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.
According to a new Neurology study, caffeine may not have the beneficial effects for Parkinson's symptoms as previously reported.
Your love, or hatred, of coffee might be down to your genes. Between 36% and 58% of coffee intake is genetically determined. Findings reveal coffee intake is affected by a positive feedback loop between genetics and the environment.
While drinking coffee during the day improves alertness and concentration, especially when a person is sleep-deprived, decreasing consumption six hours prior to sleep diminishes the effects of caffeine on sleep disturbances.
Drinking three or more cups of coffee a day can trigger the onset of a headache for patients with episodic migraines.
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.