The drink came in at $47.30, and we can only assume he was wired for days from the 48 shots of espresso.
Auckland University researchers found a correlation between junk food consumption and diseases in children.
How About We has compiled a bunch of statistics, and surprisingly, more New York dates go for dessert.
High levels of carotenoids linked with lower risk of breast cancer.
A new study further proves the link between sugary drinks and type 2 diabetes, but caffeine may have no effect.
Would you believe that a swig of soda could make you put down a doughnut? Or get back to your desk and work? A new study shows that the quick shot of sugar may be enough to boost your self-control.
Supplies are running low at your local Starbucks.
A new study shows a link between coffee consumption and the cause behind vision loss and blindness.
Frankly, we’ll find any excuse we can to indulge in a cup of joe — or four. So when the Internet blows up with the latest medical study touting the newest health benefits of coffee, we’re all ears.
Does your office practically run on coffee? It just might if you work in food service, science labs, or sales offices.