Today is National Coffee Day, which is a bigger load of BS than Bastille Day.
You're probably about three cups deep already, but do you really know how the caffeine in coffee and energy drinks actually work.
In good news for those of us who roll out of bed hungover on a Wednesday and slam coffee to get through the day, we may be staving off liver cancer by doing so.
Brew Dogs and Elysian are teaming up to make the world's most caffeinated beer.
Caffeine addicts like myself are always on the lookout for new ways to get our fix.
Sprayable Energy is a new caffeine product that you spray on your skin rather than ingesting.
After investigating the constitution of the nation's most-consumed coffees, we found this truth to be self-evident: all cups of Joe are not created equal.
We haven't heard much from David Hasselhoff lately, but he's finally showing off his musical "talents" again.
Ever wonder what's in your cup of coffee other than the failed hopes and dreams of the barista.
Caffeine withdrawal is now classified as a mental disorder, which means at some point you've been a loon.
Back in my day, space food was unidentifiable freeze-dried garbage and Tang.
You can judge a man by the coffee he drinks, and Doghouse Diaries raps a gavel better than most.
Forget runnin' on Dunkin, "Death Wish" is the world's strongest coffee.
If coffee isn't your cup of tea but you still want a energy boost in the morning, Mountain Dew has just the thing for you.
Coffee enemas sounds like a horrible idea, but there's one couple in Florida (obviously) who's addicted to them.