Coffee at night can disrupt sleep: Study

A double espresso three hours before bedtime can induce a 40-minute time delay in your body's internal clock, making it harder to go to sleep on time and more challenging to wake up in the morning, scientists have shown for the first time.

Decoded: What sugar does to your coffee

 The sugar in your cup of coffee not only gives a sweet taste but also helps reduce the bitterness of tea and coffee, new research reveals.

FSSAI to study consumption pattern of caffeinated beverages

 The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has initiated a study on consumer behaviour and consumption pattern of caffeinated and energy drinks across the country.

6 effective health tips for corporate employees!

 Taxing nine-to-five jobs, long hours in front of a computer screen, uneven sleeping patterns and diet issues sum up the lives of most corporate employees. To lead a healthy and fit life, they should keep water handy, carry home cooked food and more, says an expert.

Five foods you must avoid to have healthy skin!

While foods are necessary for your body, there are certain items that can ruin your skin if not taken in moderation. 

Drinking over 5 cups of espressos dangerous for health

If you are consuming more than five espressos worth of caffeine every day, you are putting you health a risk.

Caffeine may treat, prevent Alzheimer's

Daily coffee may help reduce beta amyloid levels -- plaque accumulation in the brain -- as a means to prevent, treat and slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease, finds promising research by a team led by an Indian-origin scientist.

Could caffeine have the potential to beat Alzheimer's?

Your coffee may do more than just waking you up in the morning, as in a new study, scientists are trying to see caffeine as a potential cure for Alzheimer's disease.

Energy drinks raise resting blood pressure

Energy drinks may increase the risk of cardiac events, warns a new study.

What is Shahid Kapoor's latest addiction?
What is Shahid Kapoor's latest addiction?

Basking in the glory of his last 'Haider', actor Shahid Kapoor has all the reasons to feel on top of the world. The versatile actor has of late been quite active on the social media platforms, updating fans about his day-to-day routine.

How to ward off 'holiday heartburn'

President Obama's recent diagnosis of acid reflux helped in prompting wide awareness of an ailment that is especially prevalent at the time of holiday season; however, its complications can be avoided.

Caffeine blocks cocaine's effects on women sex cycle

Caffeine, a compound found in tea, coffee and various nuts and berries may offer a new treatment option for women cocaine addicts, research shows.

Blame your genes for your addiction to coffee

Researchers have found six new genetic variants that determine how humans react to caffeine.

Five ways to tackle migraine

Migraine headaches are one of the most painful things that a person can experience.

Caffeine may worsen menopausal hot flashes, night sweats

Scientists have found an association between caffeine intake and more bothersome hot flashes and night sweats in postmenopausal women.

Unhealthy food items hard to let go

We generally get tempted by frequently advertised food items high in ingredients such as sugar, fat and salt.

Caffeine`s safety concerns increase with energy drinks gaining popularity

New questions regarding the safety of caffeine for consumers has been recently raised as the caffeine-containing energy drinks have surged in popularity.

How caffeine affects boys, girls after puberty

After puberty, boys and girls experience different heart rate and blood pressure changes after consuming caffeinated sodas and energy drinks, new research says.

Drinking more coffee reduces your risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Researchers including an Indian origin scientist have suggested that by increasing your daily coffee consumption you can reduce your type 2 diabetes risk.