Caffeine

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Study: Regularly Drinking Coffee May Reduce Skin Cancer Risk
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Study: Regularly Drinking Coffee May Reduce Skin Cancer Risk

As if we need another reason to love the buzzy bean.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
How Caffeine Can Hurt Your Potential for Success
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How Caffeine Can Hurt Your Potential for Success

Rather than boost productivity, your cup of joe can slow you down.
Lisa Evans
7 Reasons Too Much Coffee Is Killing Your Career
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7 Reasons Too Much Coffee Is Killing Your Career

Excessive caffeine intake will mess with your health and productivity.
Jayson DeMers
Long Live the Coffee Drinker: Why You Shouldn't Feel Bad for Being a Coffee Addict
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Long Live the Coffee Drinker: Why You Shouldn't Feel Bad for Being a Coffee Addict

A new report from the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee suggests that three to five cups of coffee is good for your heart.
Catherine Clifford
4 Eating Habit Changes That Can Boost Your Critical Thinking
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4 Eating Habit Changes That Can Boost Your Critical Thinking

Is your diet helping or hurting your brain power? Try these fixes to improve your results.
Vani Hari
Can't Sleep? This Coffee Should Do the Trick. (Yes, We Said Coffee.)
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Can't Sleep? This Coffee Should Do the Trick. (Yes, We Said Coffee.)

Talk about a strange bedtime brew -- java without the buzz.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
How Your Daily Caffeine Fix Is a Silent Killer of Success
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How Your Daily Caffeine Fix Is a Silent Killer of Success

Drinking several cups of coffee a day is hurting your performance far more than it's helping it.
Travis Bradberry
A Dallas Man Just Concocted the Most Expensive Starbucks Order of All Time
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A Dallas Man Just Concocted the Most Expensive Starbucks Order of All Time

The Sexagintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino contains 60 shots of espresso -- half the amount of caffeine that would be lethal for most adults.
Geoff Weiss
A Possible Perk for Coffee Addicts: Better Long-Term Memory
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A Possible Perk for Coffee Addicts: Better Long-Term Memory

Researchers have provided another reason to embrace our coffee addictions, with a new study suggesting caffeine may improve long-term memory.
Laura Entis