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.
Is Coffee Becoming An Addiction For Some? Is coffee becoming an addiction like drugs or alcohol and should it be treated as a psychological illness?
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.
New Pill Promises To Wake You Up Refreshed, EnergizedThere are sleeping pills you can take at night and energy supplements you can take in the morning, but now there’s also something you can take before you go to bed that claims to get you going when you wake up.
Doctor Offers Warning Over Wrigley’s New Caffeine GumCoffee, soda and energy drinks - millions of people turn to them for a quick energy jolt. But now there's a new product that's said to offer up that same kick.
PepsiCo Looking To “Kickstart” Your Day With New DrinkHow about some soda with your bacon and eggs in the morning?
Consumer Reports Tests Caffeine Levels In Energy Drinks Health concerns about energy drinks were heightened this week with reports of five deaths possibly linked to Monster Energy Drinks. Caffeine is one of the key ingredients in energy drinks, but it can be hard to tell how much they contain. Consumer Reports recently tested dozens of top-selling drinks to find out.
New Caffeinated Potato Chips Offer Boost Of EnergyIf you need a jolt of energy, coffee and sodas are not the only answer anymore. A new kind of potato chip can give you the same buzz you would get from energy drinks and they look and crunch the like any other chip.
Inhale Your Caffeine With New ProductIt’s no secret that many Americans rely on caffeine to wake them up in the mornings or when the work day starts to drag on. Whether you are a college student, or a sleep-deprived parent caffeine is king.
Study Links Coffee To Lower Stroke Risk In WomenMore than a cup of coffee a day is associated with a lower risk of stroke, according to a study in the journal "Stroke."