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How Much Coffee Is Too Much Coffee

22 February 2017
Published in Trending

Can you drink too much coffee? Many of us do not feel human without our daily coffee fix and indeed the energy inducing effects of caffeine can be the difference between surviving and thriving on a daily basis.

When I have gone so long in my life trying to please others, conforming to their wishes and desires, I essentially become disconnected from my own self and forget who I am.

You might think fatty foods are delicious, but fat alone isn’t actually very appetizing. (The true taste of fat, according to recent research, tastes rather like frying oil that’s been heated too long.) The taste you can’t resist is due to the sugar or salt that’s often present in fatty foods.

The 66-year-old actor, widely known for his starring role as Keith Partridge on the 1970s series The Partridge Family, reveals to PEOPLE that he is fighting the memory loss disease.

Jack Fahey produced videos featuring some of the pioneering voices in the addiction field, as part of a career spanning more than 40 years.

Nearly 70 percent of prescription opioid medications kept in homes with children are not stored safely, a new study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health finds.

An uptick in anxiety levels—whether due to the never-ending negative news cycle, long hours at work, family drama, or something else—can have a serious impact on sleep. (Who hasn’t lain awake at night with worries racing through their brain?)

In news profiles of the victims of the opioid epidemic, the narrative is familiar: a person gets a legal prescription for an opioid from their doctor after throwing out their back, then accidentally fall into a life of addiction.

Dr. Michael Barnett, assistant professor of health policy and management at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, wanted to scrutinize stories like these with a scientist’s lens. “What’s the beginning of this transition to chronic opioid use?” he wondered. “How does that happen?”

The notion that having a drink can cure a hangover has been around since the 16th century. That doesn't mean it's true.

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