Caffeine – Positive Effects
A summary of 25 recent studies that show possible caffeine health benefits as well as research related to the health benefits of caffeinated coffee.
Despite all the bad press energy drinks receive, there are several benefits to using them. Here's the top 10 and why moderation is the key to experiencing those benefits.
Studies show that caffeinated coffee is beneficial for preventing certain types of cancer. We outline 10 of the caffeine-coffee-cancer studies conducted.
Caffeine seems safe for those with heart arrhythmias and does not cause irregular heartbeat, but excessive caffeine could be deadly.
Studies showing how caffeine enhances athletic performance and weight training. Also safety guidelines for using caffeinated supplements during exercise.
Some research shows that men and women respond differently to caffeine under certain circumstances. Which gender benefits from caffeine more?
How caffeine affects memory. What the research says about caffeine consumption and cognition, Alzheimer's, dementia, and memory impairment.
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.
How does caffeine effect eye health? One study says it may prevent cataracts, but another warns of the dangers of having too much.
A summary of research studies that look at caffeine, coffee, and stroke risk. Does caffeine reduce risk or increase it?
Caffeine content of popular diet pills and how caffeine is believed to enhance weight loss when taken as a diet aid.
Caffeine stimulates human hair growth according to research. Could it cure baldness and which shampoos already contain caffeine for this purpose?
Caffeine can relieve muscle pain as well as other pains like headaches. However, it seems to be effective only if certain guidelines are followed.