What Are the Effects of Caffeine?

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Billions of people all over the world consume caffeine, mainly in cups of coffee. Many of these same people consume caffeine on a daily basis. Is this constant consumption of caffeine hazardous to one’s health or is it positive to one’s health? These questions have been partially answered by many and are in the process of being fully answered by some. However, not all of these answers can be deemed as credible. There are a lot of misleading articles, web pages, and blogs that share their opinion on matters of health when realistically; they have no credibility in doing so. Just because someone is voicing his or her opinion on a subject, it does not mean that you have to listen to that voice because it may contain biases and be inaccurate. Part A

Here are three website addresses that I think provide accurate and credible information on the effects of caffeine on one’s health:
- http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hl-vs/iyh-vsv/food-aliment/caffeine-eng.php
- http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/caffeine/NU00600
- http://www.steadyhealth.com/articles/Positive_And_Negative_Health_Effects_Of_Caffeine_a801.html Part B
In general, the type of websites that I would go to for credible information on this topic (effects of caffeine on one’s health) would be government websites and/or websites dedicated to one’s health with licensed doctors and clinical experts on staff. Examples of websites solely dedicated to the health and well-being of humans would be WebMD and the Mayo Clinic.

The reason I would go to websites dedicated to one’s health and well-being to obtain nutritional and health related information would be because I would fully trust and believe what the staff had to say, due to the fact that they are experts in their field of study (Mayo Clinic, 2011) and on the topic at hand. They would have very few, if any biases and their sole focus would be to educate and inform people to live healthier lives. I believe that government websites are credible because they are...
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