Better Than Coffee? Bracelet Offers Caffeine Fix Without Jitters, Yellow TeethIf your coffee habit is breaking the bank or upsetting your stomach, there's a new way to get your caffeine fix: Wear it.
Can't Get Enough Caffeine? New Peanut Butter Promises To Give You A JoltThere is a new peanut butter in town and one that comes with a jolt.
Travel On A Budget This Labor Day WeekendHere are some helpful tips to keep costs down while enjoying a safe and enjoyable trip over the Labor Day weekend.
7 Simple Tricks To Beat Jet LagNo matter how seasoned you are as a traveler, you will get jet lag. Though jet lag can't be avoided, it can be minimized on your next vacation with these seven tips.
5-Hour Energy Drink Linked To Over A Dozen DeathsThe high-caffeine shot, 5-hour Energy has been linked to more than 13 deaths since 2009.
Monster Energy Drinks Cited In 5 DeathsCorona-based Monster Beverage Corporation is under investigation by the Food and Drug Administration after their popular energy drink was cited in five deaths in the past few years.
Forget Coffee, Switch To Drinking Tea!Here is a challenge for you. For the next week completely give up coffee and drink tea instead. How many gasps did I just hear?
Makers Of Four Loko 'Extremely Saddened' By Deaths Of 2 TeensThe maker of the controversial energy drink Four Loko says it is "extremely saddened" by the deaths of two teens whose bodies were found in a vacant Huntington Beach apartment.
My Back Is Killing Me! Eat Some Kale!Dental hygenist Mary Ann Delaney's back was always in pain. Excrutiating, have-trouble-moving pain.
Coroner: Man Consumed Caffeine Equal To 70 Red BullsThey come in all types of sizes, flavors, and colors, but the recent death of a 23-year-old British man has renewed fears that high-energy drinks may be dangerous to your health.
'Alco-Pop' May Be Harmful To Your HealthThere's a nationwide push to get the FDA to ban highly caffeinated, but legal, alcoholic drinks.
LA Attorney: Caffeine Murder Defense Tough SellIt's been in court before, but at least one local prosecutor says it won't be enough to save a Kentucky man accused of strangling his wife after a caffeine binge.