The Scientifically Best Time to Drink Coffee

Ever wonder what the best time is to drink your coffee? You probably know it is not a good idea to drink part of your daily dose of caffeine in the afternoon. Especially for those who have problems sleeping. But, do you ever drink your coffee and feel like it just didn’t work? » 11/07/13 8:30am 11/07/13 8:30am

How Much Caffeine Are You Actually Getting in That Cup of Coffee?

Confession: I don't drink coffee. I know next to nothing about what makes a good cup of brown flavored water other than it involving sniper precision measurements, calculus-level math, tools that are fit for a serial killer, forearms that would make Popeye jealous and a full beard. What I DO know is that more is always … » 8/02/13 1:00am 8/02/13 1:00am

Would You Drink a Cup of Death Wish Coffee That Has Twice the Caffeine …

Here's something super bitter for you coffee fiends: Death Wish Coffee. It's the world's strongest coffee because it has 200% more caffeine than your normal cup of joe. That's, um, a lot of caffeine in one drink. But then again, for those who pour multiple brews down your throat every morning it shouldn't be a problem. » 3/20/13 10:00pm 3/20/13 10:00pm

Faux Loko: The DIY Drink I Shouldn't Be Telling You About

Remember Four Loko? That horrible, fruity malt liquor that combined tons of alcohol, caffeine, and other insane drugs? Most of the caffeine and other uppers were pulled out of it, making it significantly less deadly, meaning everybody lost interest. But now, suddenly, there's an easy way to make your own. Proceed with… » 3/02/12 5:00pm 3/02/12 5:00pm

Caffeinated Baked Goods Will Give You a Much Needed Snack in the Face

Coffee's not the only way to get a caffeine boost. Besides energy drinks, there's a growing number of foodstuffs designed to perk you up, from caffeinated Stay Puft marshmallows, to these cleverly named 'Snack in the Face' baked goods that prove a good pun is hard to ignore. » 11/05/11 3:00pm 11/05/11 3:00pm

Sunscreen + Caffeine = Skin Cancer Killer?

Caffeine has previously been correlated with a reduced risk of cancer. But the latest research-aided theory coming out of Rutgers University is that putting caffeine into sunscreen will reduce that risk even more. » 8/16/11 3:20pm 8/16/11 3:20pm

How to Break Your Daily Caffeine Habit and Use Coffee Strategically

Caffeine seems so simple, even if you're a veteran user. You drink it, you get amped up for a short period, and you inevitably come down a bit when it wears off—or so you think. But caffeine is a more subtle substance than we give it credit for. Knowing how it works on your body and brain, and how it is most effective, … » 8/15/11 10:00am 8/15/11 10:00am