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Coffee/ Tea - Information on Caffeine
You may know that caffeine is found in coffee and tea, but do you really know what caffeine is? Learn more about caffeine, including its chemical structure, how it ...
How Much Caffeine Is in Coffee, Tea, Cola and Other Drinks?
Find out how much caffeine is in coffee, tea, hot chocolate, cola, energy drinks and more with this guide to caffeine levels. Bonus: Check out additional articles ...
Caffeine Headaches - Causes and Cures - Coffee / Tea - About.com
Caffeine headaches are a common side effect of caffeine withdrawal and caffeine overdose. In addition to causing headaches, caffeine can also help cure ...
Side Effects of Too Much Caffeine - Nutrition - About.com
Jul 15, 2014 ... Caffeine is usually consumed in the form of coffee, tea, caffeinated sodas and energy drinks with the hope that it will increase your cognitive ...
Caffeine, Stress and Your Health - Stress Management - About.com
Jun 2, 2014 ... Caffeine is a drug, popularly consumed in coffee, tea, soft drinks and chocolate.Is it good or bad for us? Here's a brief tutorial with some ...
What Is Caffeine and How Does It Work? - Chemistry - About.com
Learn about the chemical and biological properties of caffeine, the methylxanthine stimulant found in coffee and other foods.
What Causes Caffeine Withdrawal? - An Explanation
Caffeine use may be just the thing you need to get through your day, but it can also have significant adverse consequences and disrupt your sleep. The use of ...
Does caffeine pose a risk to pregnancy?
Jun 30, 2014 ... Does caffeine really cause miscarriage, birth defects or stillbirth? How much caffeine is too much?
Cola Drinks and Caffeine - Latter-day Saints - About.com
If you're new to the Church or been a lifetime member I'm sure you've heard the cola/caffeine debate over and over. Some say to keep the Word of Wisdom you ...
Caffeine - Addictions - About.com
Caffeine is our most socially accepted and available drug, existing in many everyday foods and drinks. It is even an ingredient in many beverages and foods  ...
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