Consuming caffeine during pregnancy is up for debate by professionals. Here are the researched risks and safety guidelines for pregnant women to consider.
Caffeine can increase anxiety levels and even cause panic attacks in some people. Here's the science as to why and what can be done to prevent it.
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.
Caffeine: history, plant sources, chemical structure, metabolism, positive & negative effects, use in beverages & food as well as its addictive nature.
Caffeine sensitivity is determined by the efficiency in which a person can process and metabolize caffeine. We help you determine your sensitivity level.
Caffeine intake safety laws are different around the globe. Find out how governing bodies around the world feel about caffeine use in food and beverages.
Caffeine safe limits for adults, children, and those with medical conditions. Safe dose calculator and illustrated guidelines for consuming caffeine safely.
How fast is caffeine absorbed by the bloodstream. We compare the most common ways to consume caffeine.
Is caffeine harmful or not? There is still much debate surrounding the safety of caffeine, but what does the research say?
Here's how much caffeine can be present in breast milk and the safety guidelines breastfeeding mothers should follow regarding daily caffeine intake.
This article traces the path and effects of caffeine throughout the body and explains how caffeine is metabolized or broken down by the body.
The half life of caffeine is how long it takes for the body to process at least half of the caffeine in your system. How long does this take and what are the safe limits?
A list of other names for caffeine and food ingredients that contain hidden caffeine in them.
Does caffeine effect fertility in women? Does caffeine lower sperm count in men? We discuss the scientific evidence.
Apples wake you up as well as a cup of coffee but is it because of caffeine? This article answers the caffeine in apples question.