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Coffee Rust Increasing Prices of Coffee

Coffee Rust Increasing Prices of Coffee
A coffee disease caused a lot of damages in Central America. Farmer are fighting against a fungus called coffee rust that has caused over $1 billion damages in Latin America.
Read more May 21 2014, 9:52am CDT
 

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Caffeine Use Disorder is a Real Disorder

Caffeine Use Disorder
The DSM-5 has included Caffeine Use Disorder among its labyrinthine list of mental disorders. This occurs in the case of at least half the caffeine addicts on the planet. They face it as a very real addiction since they just cannot do without their daily dose of coffee, tea or soda.
Read more Feb 1 2014, 8:56am CST
 

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Is Coffee Aggravating Your Hot Flashes?

Source: Drugs.com

Controversy Over Use of Caffeine Supplements in Sport
THURSDAY, July 24, 2014 -- Drinking caffeine may worsen the hot flashes and night sweats that affect roughly two-thirds of women as they go through menopause, new survey data suggests. "While these findings are preliminary, our stud ...
Full article at: Drugs.com 3 days ago, 3:00pm CDT
 

Caffeine Use Disorder is a widespread health problem

Caffeine Use Disorder is a widespread health problem
Caffeine is the number one stimulant in the world. It’s cheap and widely available, too. But a new research shows that Caffeine Use Disorder is becoming a health problem.
Read more Jan 31 2014, 8:55pm CST
 

Caffeine intake may aggravate hot flashes and night sweats in postmenopausal women

Source: News-Medical.net

Controversy Over Use of Caffeine Supplements in Sport
A new Mayo Clinic study, published online today by the journal Menopause, found an association between caffeine intake and more bothersome hot flashes and night sweats in postmenop ...
Full article at: News-Medical.net 3 days ago, 5:08am CDT
 

Yes, Americans want bacon with that

Source: Fortune

Controversy Over Use of Caffeine Supplements in Sport
Data from Square, the mobile payments tool, show customers vastly prefer bacon, caffeine ...
Full article at: Fortune Jul 14 2014, 9:15am CDT
 

Monster Drinks Face Challenges Despite High Sales

Monster Drinks Face Challenges
The cost price of Monster drinks has skyrocketed so that it is currently three billion dollars richer than in previous times. However, the company faces challenges despite a high sales volume. The effects on health are a major hurdle for the beverage firm.
Read more Jan 15 2014, 4:52am CST
 

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Deadly dangers of powdered caffeine overdose

Source: WNYW

Controversy Over Use of Caffeine Supplements in Sport
Caffeine powder is being snorted like cocaine with deadly consequences. At least one teenager has overdosed and died on the stimulant. People are mixing it with alcohol to get drunk faster and stay drunk longer. It gives you energy, can help you lose weight, and even make your alcohol buzz last longer but it is totally unregulated. Some people think snorting caffeine powder through a $100 bill like cocaine is a big j ...
Full article at: WNYW Jul 10 2014, 10:12pm CDT
 

Deadly dangers of powdered caffeine overdose

Source: WNYW

Controversy Over Use of Caffeine Supplements in Sport
Caffeine powder is being snorted like cocaine with deadly consequences. At least one teenager has overdosed and died on the stimulant. People are mixing it with alcohol to get drunk faster and stay drunk longer. It gives you energy, can help you lose weight, and even make your alcohol buzz last longer but it is totally unregulated. Some people think snorting caffei ...
Full article at: WNYW Jul 10 2014, 10:12pm CDT
 

Monster allegedly marketing energy drinks to children

Monster allegedly marketing energy drinks to children
Energy drinks have been linked to numerous health problems including heart palpitations, headache, anxiety, vomiting, dizziness, and even deaths. Two lawyers are now working together to battle the market's biggest energy drink maker.
Read more Jan 14 2014, 10:19pm CST
 


 

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