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.
Does no one understand you If so, you could be more sensitive to pain Physical and mental pain – such as social rejection – may be processed in the same regions of the brain But people who feel understood and valued are more tolerant to pain By Emily Payne PUBLISHED: 16:51 GMT, 4 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:53 GMT, 4 January 2013 People who feel they are constantly misunderstood may be more sensitive to pain.
Chlorine in tap water linked to increase in number of people developing food allergies | UPDATED: 06:10 GMT, 3 December 2012 Chlorine in tap water has been linked to the rising number of people developing food allergies, a study has revealed.
Practice really does make perfect: Why having regular sex increases your chance of having a healthy baby Making love builds up a woman's immune system needed to enable a healthy pregnancyChances of rejection and miscarriage are greater for a one-night stand | UPDATED: 11:38 GMT, 27 November 2012 It may sound obvious but couples who want to have a baby should regularly have sex first, say scientists.
So DO red heads feel more pain Scientists set out to discover truth of controversial theory | UPDATED: 07:00 GMT, 26 March 2012 Red alert: Red-heads such as Karen Gillam, who plays Amy Pond in Doctor Who, may suffer more pain than their blond or black-haired companions Redheads can have a tough time of it as they go through life.
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Daily dose of rosehip extract could help cut heart disease by lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels Scientists estimate rose hip could reduce the risk of heart disease in obese patients by 17 per cent Rose hips are packed with vitamin C and are thought to have powerful anti-inflammatory properties A daily dose of the herbal remedy rose hip could cut the risk of heart disease, new research shows. Obese patients who consumed a drink made with rose hip powder every day for just six weeks saw their blood pressure and cholesterol levels drop significantly
“Recipe for chaos”: Will Lansley”s 60-step NHS plan save 10,000 lives a year Sixty indicators to replace old target-led system Focus will be on improving cancer survival with a zero-tolerance approach to hospital infections such as MRSA Benchmarks: Andrew Lansley, the Health Secretary, wants NHS doctors and hospitals to be graded Andrew Lansley was yesterday accused of creating a ‘recipe for chaos’ after introducing more than 60 performance goals despite a previous promise to scrap targets. The Health Secretary unveiled a series of benchmarks – designed to save more than 10,000 lives, and that he claims will measure whether patient care is improving by covering a range of treatments across the NHS.
Lansley: My 57-step plan for the NHS will save 20,000 lives a year by improving quality of care Benchmarks: Andrew Lansley, the Health Secretary, wants NHS doctors and hospitals to be graded Health Secretary Andrew Lansley will today unveil plans to grade NHS doctors and hospitals to improve the quality of service for patients.
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