A new kind of spray-on energy booster promises to give you a boost without the side effects of coffee.
Bees receiving low doses of caffeine had improved memory, and that's good for plant pollination.
Writers, college students and researchers regularly go to coffee for a caffeine fix to give them an extra edge. But in recent years, new high-caffeine energy drinks are stealing the show. Well, it may be time to rethink that option, as a popular energy drink has been mentioned in reports of several deaths.
Sure, while most people drink coffee as a caffeine delivery mechanism, some people actually like the taste and don't want to get the jitters. They are crazy, but hey, different strokes for different folks. For them, if they really want...