Energy drinks may be to blame in the case of an otherwise healthy 26-year-old man who had a heart attack, according to a new case report.
Caffeine is perhaps the world's most popular mood-altering drug. Found commonly in coffee and tea, it stimulates the central nervous system to make your body and mind feel more awake. Here's the latest science news on caffeine, including its effects on the body, and possible benefits and risks.
Enjoy your morning cup of joe without guilt: A new study finds that drinking four or more cups of coffee daily is linked with a lower risk of malignant melanoma, the deadliest skin cancer.
People who mix energy drinks with alcohol may be more likely to drive drunk than those who consume only alcohol, according to a new study.
In children, energy drinks can cause serious side effects, such as seizures and cardiovascular problems.
Drinking decaffeinated coffee is just as helpful as drinking regular coffee is for maintaining a healthy liver, a new study finds.
Some people can't imagine their mornings without coffee, while others don't touch a drop of the stuff. Now, a new study reveals how genes influence whether people like coffee.
People feel a stronger urge to drink more alcohol when their drink contains an energy drink, along with alcohol, a new study finds.
Eating a small snack a few hours before bedtime may help you sleep by preventing hunger from waking you. However, there are no snacks that guarantee to put you to sleep.
Energy drinks work no better than ordinary caffeine at helping us pay attention, a new study suggests.
Drinking more than three cups of coffee a day was linked with a reduced risk ofbasal cell carcinoma.
The FDA announced today that alcoholic beverages with added caffeine are illegal and dangerous. Experts explain why these drinks pack such a punch.
Caffeine relaxes the Fallopian tube muscles, which stops the egg from going from the ovaries to the womb.
Eye-twitching also called eye spasms or blinking disorder is known technically as blepharospasm. It usually is not a serious condition.
Caffeine may the reason drinking coffee lowers the risk of the most common type of skin cancer, researchers say.
Decaffeinated coffee may protect against the cognitive decline that occurs with Type 2 diabetes and aging.
The seeds of the guarana fruit are about the size of coffee beans, but they contain more than twice as much caffeine, along with other compounds.