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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.
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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.
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Higher Coffee Prices Could Give Consumers A Jolt

Source: CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Some higher coffee prices are brewing because of a South American drought. As a result, the jolt you get the next time you buy a cup of coffee may not just be from the caffeine. The price for a cup of coffee could be going up. As CBS 2′s Alexis Christoforous reported, drought conditions in Brazil have hurt the coffee crop and now wholesale coffee prices are on the rise. Peter Crippen, owner of Manhattan’s Rex C ...
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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
 

Man takes advantage of free coffee deal at Starbucks with giant Big Gulp mug

Source: Canada.com

When Starbucks Canada offered free coffee to customers with reusable mugs Tuesday as part of Earth Day, they probably should have included some fine print. David Schuurman of Hamilton, Ont., decided to capitalize on that oversight by going to the coffee shop with his enormous 7-Eleven Big Gulp mug, which he says holds about two coffee pots’ worth of brew. As seen in a video Schuurman uploaded online of his prank, the barista found the ...
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Caffeine Fix: The Roosevelt Row coffee crawl

Source: State Press

Graphic by Noemi Gonzalez Roosevelt Row is known for its art scene. Every First Friday, local artists nervously exhibit their pieces in galleries starting from Central Avenue all the way down to Seventh Street. While art galleries might rule the majority of the district, coffeehouses come in at a close second. With five coffee shops along Roosevelt Street within walking distance of each other, a faux bar-crawl was just screaming to be created. That’s why I decided to map them all ...
Full article at: State Press 8 hours ago
 

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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Florida School Offered Kids Caffeine On Test Day

Source: New Hampshire Public Radio

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Students at a Melbourne, Fla., elementary school were offered trail mix and Mountain Dew on the morning of standardized tests. A grandmother got the school to s ...
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Florida School Offered Kids Caffeine On Test Day

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'Conseil Des Ministres' At Elysee Palace
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How A Little Caffeine Can Boost Your Memory

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If you’re trying to commit a set of items to memory, you may want to give your brain a bit of caffeine. But how you...
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