Coffee is my medicine

  1. 41 They say that coffee drinkers, compared to nondrinkers, are:
    • less likely to have type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and dementia
    • have fewer cases of certain cancers, heart rhythm problems, and strokes
    Is coffee your medicine? How many cups of coffee do you drink per day?



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  3. Visit  brian profile page

    About brian, ADN

    brian has '18+' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'CCU, Geriatrics, Critical Care, Tele'. From 'Minnesota'; Joined Mar '98; Posts: 15,275; Likes: 16,166. You can follow brian at My Website

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  4. Visit  VivaLasViejas profile page
    10
    I've always thought they should make coffee in IV form.....
  5. Visit  sapphire18 profile page
    9
    Ive given caffeine drips back when I worked neuro. I wouldn't mind one when it gets to be, oh, about 0300 in my shift!
    Leoniee, KbmRN, SoldierNurse22, and 6 others like this.
  6. Visit  imintrouble profile page
    12
    Cups? That's for amateurs.
    I drink buckets
    SoldierNurse22, h_kitty, LPNnowRN, and 9 others like this.
  7. Visit  aknottedyarn profile page
    10
    Real caffeine addicts go for dark chocolate covering expresso beans. Wash it down with a cup of java and the world turns.
    WIS Nurse, Aniroc, CountyRat, and 7 others like this.
  8. Visit  Beautiful Mind RN profile page
    4
    Coffee un-zombifies me after a long night of studying. Cannot function without it!

    CountyRat, pseudomonas, imintrouble, and 1 other like this.
  9. Visit  Beautiful Mind RN profile page
    4
    Quote from aknottedyarn
    Real caffeine addicts go for dark chocolate covering expresso beans. Wash it down with a cup of java and the world turns.

    Ooo. I think you just hit my java tooth with that combination. I'm going to try that out tomorrow.
  10. Visit  writed profile page
    7
    I just put my pen in my mouth and tried to write with my coffee cup. Is this a sign that I've been studying too hard or that it's time for another cup of coffee?
  11. Visit  Beautiful Mind RN profile page
    0
    Quote from writed
    I just put my pen in my mouth and tried to write with my coffee cup. Is this a sign that I've been studying too hard or that it's time for another cup of coffee?
    I think it is time for another cup...the next thing you know, you'll using the pen as a spoon.
  12. Visit  BarbaraNM profile page
    1
    Love it! I call coffee my 'soothing elixir'
    timmedico likes this.
  13. Visit  SarcasticLVN profile page
    0
    Hmmm I work am shift and this is my coffee schedule- wake up and get ready half a pot of mud at home, on way to work venti Starbucks, about 9/10 a.m. cup from nurses station room, 11:30 a.m, steal coffee from cafeteria before patients eat lunch (weak as heck), 12:00 p.m. second Starbucks run but its a venti ice coffee, 1:30-3:00 p.m. caffeine is cut off and chug water
  14. Visit  Hotfornursing profile page
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    I'll take that IV push plz!!!...lol
  15. Visit  timmedico profile page
    5
    Nurses are 70% coffee and 30% awesomeness. Good combination, I think.
    metroAngel, SE_BSN_RN, writed, and 2 others like this.


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