Researchers say they've discovered the tipping point where coffee becomes a heart health risk.
Caffeine from coffee but not other foods may ease symptoms of rosacea.
Heavy coffee drinking linked to lower death risk.
Moderate amounts of coffee and tea appear to be safe for patients with abnormal heart rhythms, new study finds.
Drinking coffee may lower your risk of heart failure and stroke, study finds
Caffeine has no impact, says long-term trial that reverses earlier findings
The answer may depend on whether you're a man or a woman
Caffeine, from coffee and tea, may lower the risk of death in women with diabetes, study finds
Four cups a day could reduce risk by 64 percent, study suggests
In animal studies, caffeine injections shortened recovery time
Drinking 3 or more cups of coffee a day may lower the risk of death, study finds.
Two large studies boost potential benefits of coffee, and one looked at consumption in all races
These beverages may help guard against fatty liver disease, early research suggests