Articles for Tag: "caffeine"

Kids, coffee and soda: What parents need to know 
Kids, coffee and soda: What parents need to know
A pediatrician sheds light on children’s increased caffeine consumption.
Is it safe for moms-to-be to drink coffee? 
Is it safe for moms-to-be to drink coffee?
Researchers say moderate caffeine consumption is not linked to child development problems.
The dangerous side of dietary supplements 
The dangerous side of dietary supplements
These products boast health benefits, but they’re sending thousands to the hospital every year.
More bad news about energy drinks 
More bad news about energy drinks
Blood pressure rises when teens who do not typically consume caffeine have it.
Java for your toddler? 
Java for your toddler?
A new study finds that approximately 15 percent of two year olds consume up to four ounces of coffee a day.
How coffee improves your heart health 
How coffee improves your heart health
Research shows that drinking caffeinated coffee can improve blood flow.
Stress, toxins, and vitamin deficiencies form triple threat 
Stress, toxins, and vitamin deficiencies form triple threat
Learn why one doc believes these three things are responsible for a number of health problems.