Coffee, tea, soda, energy drinks… caffeine comes in a variety of forms, but they all have one important thing in common: They can be incredibly difficult to quit. If the best part of waking up is all that caffeine in your cup, here’s how to safely start to scale back.
There’s good reason to make coffee part of your routine: It’s good for your liver. A liver expert describes how coffee can help your liver and how much is ideal.
Coffee is the glue that holds it all together and it’s linked to a lower risk of many diseases, with few risks.
Can you drink caffeine when you’re pregnant? Our expert discusses the evidence.
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