Coffee & Health
Top 19+ scientific reasons to drink coffee because of its health-promoting properties according to prominent research studies and the USDA.
Dr. Arnott's The Coffee Diet claims that if people change the way they drink coffee, they can change their lives. Is this true or just marketing hyperbole?
Here are the 12 deadliest (strongest) coffee brands based on the extreme amount of caffeine in a typical serving. Many claim to be the world's strongest coffee.
Caffeine combats sleep and feeling tired, but it can actually prevent people from getting a good night's sleep. Here's how you can prevent this.
Studies show that caffeinated coffee is beneficial for preventing certain types of cancer. We outline 10 of the caffeine-coffee-cancer studies conducted.
What the research says about the dehydrating effect of caffeine. It can act as a diuretic, but only in certain circumstances. Here's what you should know.
20 great benefits you may reap from quitting caffeine in coffee, tea, energy drinks, or soda. Your long-term good health could depend on it.
Coffee consumption by country world-wide based on coffee consumed per capita. Which countries drink the most caffeine and where did the USA rank?
The smell of coffee can wake you up before the caffeine ever enters your body. We look into the science behind this strange phenomenon.
Several studies show that caffeinated coffee decreases the risk of type 2 diabetes and is safe for those with diabetes. We outline the results of each study here.
People who drink more than 4 cups of caffeinated coffee daily have a 49 percent lower risk of developing cancers of the mouth and throat. Here's the evidence.
A summary of research studies that look at caffeine, coffee, and stroke risk. Does caffeine reduce risk or increase it?
You can overdose on espresso. Here's a story of a girl who learned the hard way. Espresso contains highly concentrated caffeine and should be used with care.