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What happens when you drink too much coffee!

Caffeine, a stimulant and the active ingredient in coffee, can keep you awake and alert.

Drinking moderate amount of coffee can do more good than harm, reveals study

This comes as a good news for all the coffee lovers globally. As per a new study, consuming moderate amounts of coffee may have more benefits than risks.

Six worst foods for your skin!

Our skin, which is the most sensitive part of our body, gets affected the most if we eat something which doesn't suit us.

Green tea or black tea - Which is better in summer?

Though both black tea and green tea are obtained from the leaves of Camellia sinensis, there are a few differences between them due to their processing methods.

Five-six cups of coffee daily can fight fatty liver disease

The results also show that coffee can reverse NAFLD-related problems such as ballooning degeneration, a form of liver cell degeneration.

Drinking coffee may cut colorectal cancer risk: Study

Coffee contains many elements that contribute to overall colorectal health and may explain the preventive properties.

Coffee could boost athlete's performance

This is helpful for athletes because coffee is a naturally occurring compound.

Coffee makes subtle changes in your brain

With low levels of caffeine, the connection between the somatosensory motor network and higher vision grew tighter.

Moderate coffee while pregnant doesn`t harm baby's IQ

Coffee-lovers rejoice! If you were worried about giving up joe during pregnancy, then relax. A new study has revealed that women drinking and eating moderate amounts of caffeine during pregnancy are not harming their child's intelligence.

Three-five cups of coffee daily lowers early death risk

Three to five cups of coffee a day may lower the risk of dying prematurely from some illnesses than those who do not drink or drink less coffee, new research suggests.

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.