How much caffeine is too much caffeine? The Starbucks coffee with three quarters of the safe daily dose in one cup

How much caffeine is too much caffeine The Starbucks coffee with three quarters of the safe daily dose in one cup400mg of caffeine is the recommended daily allowance for average person16oz Starbucks 'Grande' contains 330mg and 8oz Red Bull can has 83mgBut scientists stress that tolerance levels of the stimulant can vary widely By Alex Gore PUBLISHED: 22:06 GMT, 6 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:08 GMT, 7 February 2013 A large cup of Starbucks coffee contains more than three quarters of a person's 'safe' daily dose of caffeine, scientists have warned.

Toddler who was sick up to 20 times a day due to rare digestive disorder finally cured thanks to landmark surgery

<br>Toddler who was sick up to 20 times a day due to rare digestive disorder finally cured thanks to landmark surgery<br> Leah Hamid, now two, suffered from a rare disorder which stopped her digesting food and caused chronic sicknessBecame the first child in the UK with her condition to have a procedure that left no scar Slept through the night for the first time ever after operation <br> <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 16:53 GMT, 23 November 2012 </p> <p>A toddler who was violently sick almost every hour of the day for the first 18 months of her life has finally been cured.</p><p>Leah Hamid, now two, suffered from a rare digestive disorder, which stopped her from digesting her food and caused chronic sickness.</p><p>She slept through the night for the first time since her birth after specialist surgeons opened up an obstruction causing the condition.<br></p> <img src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/11/23/article-2237452-162D1DB0000005DC-411_634x432.jpg" width="634" height="432" alt="Leah Hamid, now two, suffered from a rare disorder which stopped her digesting food and caused chronic sickness" class="blkBorder" /> <p class="imageCaption">Leah Hamid, now two, suffered from a rare disorder which stopped her digesting food and caused chronic sickness</p> <p> </p> <p>Leah's condition, called duodenal stenosis, is a rare birth defect where a portion of the duodenum (the first part of the small intestine) is narrowed.</p><p>This prevents the stomach contents from flowing through at a normal rate.

Calories: Don"t count calories, it"ll just make you FATTER! Which foods really make us fat?

Don't count calories, it'll just make you FATTER! Which foods really make us fat | UPDATED: 22:09 GMT, 10 September 2012 What if everything we thought we knew about calories was wrong One of the longest standing truisms of dieting is that a calorie is a calorie and the more of them we consume (and the fewer we expend), the fatter we will get.

Riddle of the street where FIVE babies have been diagnosed with same rare birth defect

Riddle of the street where FIVE babies have been diagnosed with same rare birth defect Residents in a quiet street in Kent are in the grip of a frightening medical mystery after five of their children have been diagnosed with the same rare condition.