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Lifestyle Center: Coffee
Your morning jolt of java might have additional benefits beyond getting your eyes open.
A cup of java is a cup of java. When it comes to caffeine content, that could be another matter entirely.
Coffee-loving athletes, rejoice! You may be able to ditch the energy drinks and caffeine pills for good.
Maybe it's because it's one of the most commonly consumed drinks worldwide, or maybe it's because it's just so tasty, but there's a lot of coffee res...
Drinking moderate amounts of coffee now may help your brain later.
Coffee can perk you up, but is that a bad thing for your heart? In the past, some have expressed concern that it may be.
Coffee is a morning ritual for many people. But if you find yourself pouring too many cups too often — that could be a problem.
For many, a morning cuppa is a daily ritual. For colon cancer survivors, it could be a lifesaver.
Your morning brew may protect your brain as you age, but how much you drink could make a big difference.
A cup of coffee a day won't necessarily keep the doctor away. But it may not invite him over either.
That morning cuppa is a must-have for many people. And now it looks like java fans may have a healthy reason to pour another cup.
A cup of coffee in the morning can be an effective pick-me-up. But, when it comes to concentrated caffeine, there may be a fine line between a health...
Caffeine is the only thing that gets many people out of bed in the morning. Turns out caffeine could help some men when they're in bed, too.
A decision as simple as whether to add sugar to your coffee could have a long-term impact on your risk for one chronic health condition.
Coffee drinkers of the world — the female coffee drinkers, that is — your morning cup of joe might just have some unexpected health benefits.
Wear sunscreen, stay inside during the hottest parts of the day and ... refill your cup of coffee? Sure enough, that fourth cup of joe has been tied ...
A federal agency is reaching out to the American public to let them know how to keep their families safe from a potentially dangerous item.