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Dangers of heat

...ease your intake of non-alcoholic, non-carbonated, caffeine free beverages such as water and fruit juice,wear clothing that is light in colour and loose fitting ,avoid the outdoors during extreme heat,stay out of the sun,eliminate strenuous activity.Some experts also believe it is a good idea to cut down on t...

Too much coffee is too bad

...ral density of women in high and low categories of caffeine consumption to examine th interaction between caffeine intake, genetic type, and osteoporosis.They found that women with high caffeine intakes had signific...

Caffeine can induce epilepsy in newborns

...ileptic seizures or fits.//Studies have found that caffeine may be linked to the development of epileptic disc...mory.They subjected the cells to the same level of caffeine found in several cups of coffee, and starved them of oxygen for three to four minutes. They found th...

Coffee enhances memory

...in performance during the day, but those ingesting caffeine did not - they were as sharp in the afternoon as i...ments with brain scanning, to find out what effect caffeine really has on brain function and blood flow....

Beverage protect against bladder cancer

...ous research which shows that the toxic effects of caffeine may be reduced in smokers, while caffeine may moderate the harmful effects of the cancer causing agents produced by smoking....

Bruxism linked to anxiety disorder

...ess, or anxiety. Daily use of alcohol, tobacco, or caffeine were also associated with sleep bruxism.Researchers also noted that bruxism was unrelated to gender and decreased significantly with age. The highest prevalence was observed in the 19- to 44-year-old group....

Coffee may help prevent cavities

...ding roasted coffees.” The reasearchers examined caffeine and non-caffeine samples of ground and instant cof...l of inhibitory activity against S. mutans. As for caffeine and decaf, the results seem to indicate that “caffeine is not involved in the antiadhesive properti...

Caffeine reduces infant blood flow

...earchers at the University of Texas has found that caffeine is often used to treat and prevent sleep apnea in ...m.// Researchers in Texas analyzed the effects of caffeine on cardiac output, specifically studying the effects on arteries in the brain and intestines. Resear...

Caffeine fights Gallstones

...or at the National Cancer Institute suggested that caffeine might be the protective ingredient in reducing ris...s. He added that previous studies have proven that caffeine leads to gallbladder contractions that could theoretically help prevent the formation of gallstones....

Caffeine is not the only culprit in coffee!

...ee that has often been claimed to be the effect of caffeine in the coffee. Caffeinated coffee has been found t...American Journal of Clinical Nutrition claims that caffeine might not be the only ingredient in coffee that is responsible for negative effects of coffee. Rese...

Black tea said to lower cholesterol

...ndividuals were given water-flavored-like tea with caffeine levels similar to what is found in tea. Those who ...LDL levels drop about 11 percent compared with the caffeine placebo. The study controlled the diets of the participants by supplying them with their daily meal...

The Effects Of Coffee

New research shows caffeine consumption may be the culprit of hypertension in ...als who consumed more than 100 milligrams daily of caffeine – the equivalent of about four 12-ounce sodas -- had the highest blood pressure. The number with the...

Staying Awake With Coffee

...ording to recent research, taking smaller doses of caffeine throughout the day is found to be a more effectiv...s researchers say, most of the population is using caffeine the wrong way by drinking a few mugs of coffee or tea in the morning, or three cups on the way to wo...

Caffeine Found To Worsen Diabetes

...researchers who conducted a study to determine how caffeine impacts blood sugar control and insulin levels. Ea...pe 2 diabetes. More recent studies have associated caffeine with decreased insulin sensitivity in young adults without diabetes. In a study done by investigato...

Understanding The Mystery Behind Sleepless Nights

...earchers suggest the best ting to do is to cut out caffeine after noon and to skip naps. According to researchers taking a nap is probably a bad idea because one gets only so much sleep in a 24-hour period. Avoiding Internet surfing, balancing checkbooks, or other brain-stimulating activities before bed could...

Caffeine Intake May reduce Insulin Sensitivity

...es Care, March 2005, scientists have reported that caffeine may cause insulin// sensitivity in people. Insul... exercise training reduces the association between caffeine and insulin sensitivity. The study was done on lean and obese men with or without diabetes type 2. ...

Research unearths how caffeine prevents us from sleeping

Although it has been a known fact that caffeine in coffee can keep us awake, even when we feel sle... Medical Center, Dallas have found out exactly how caffeine keeps us awake. As the brain cells become overworked and tired, a chemical compound called adenosi...

Caffeine can interfere with PET scan results

...ving a PET scan will interfere with the results as caffeine can affect the myocardial uptake, or the amount of tracer used. With intake of caffeine more fluorodeoxyglucose clusters around the heart, making it difficult to take a look into the lesio...

Avoid Coffee Before Undergoing PET/ CT scans

... PET or CT scan should avoid // drinking coffee as caffeine intake interferes with PET/CT image results when t... his study that looks at the relationship between caffeine intake and uptake by the hear of the tracer used in the PET scan called FDG at the Society of Nucle...

Herbal Remedies For Insomnia And Anxiety May Be Ineffective

...tors that may cause insomnia are stress, increased caffeine intake, depression, sudden changes in the work shifts, and pain from physical conditions like arthritis. For more information read: http://www.medindia.net/patients/ patientinfo/anxietydisorder.asp</font...

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