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New Study Says Drinking Up To 25 Cups Of Coffee A Day Is Still Safe

New research reveals that even drinking a cup of coffee at every hour of the day will not make your arteries stiffer than people who drink only one cup a day. Hard arteries are associated with heart disease and stroke.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 4, 2019

Scientists Figure Out How Coffee Affects The Bowels By Studying Rat Poop

There's something about coffee that makes drinkers go to the bathroom. Scientists attempt to study the effects of coffee on the gut by feeding rats coffee and observing its impact.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 20, 2019

World's Most Expensive Coffee Available In The US For $75 Per Cup

San Francisco-based Klatch Coffee Roasters is offering customers a chance to sample the premium Elida Geisha 803. At $75 per cup, Panamanian coffee is considered to be the most expensive variety in the world.

Life & Style May 13, 2019

Study Reveals The Amount Of Coffee You Should Drink Everyday To Live Longer

Researchers found that even moderate coffee consumption can help individuals live longer. However, at a certain point, the effects of coffee become more negative than positive.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 13, 2019

Why Do People Love Coffee And Beer? It’s Not The Taste, Says Study

For many people, coffee and beer are essentials. Why? In a new study, researchs reveal that it’s not the taste but the 'buzz' that’s behind everyone’s addiction to their beverage of choice.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 3, 2019

Smelling Vanilla, Coffee, Or Peppermint May Reduce Cigarette Cravings

Most adult smokers say they want to quit, yet only about one in 10 cigarette smokers give up smoking for good each year. A study found that pleasant smells could actually help people give up smoking.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 16, 2019

Coffee Compounds May Stop Prostate Cancer Growth

Kahweol acetate and cafestol, two hydrocarbons found in Arabica coffee, showed a potential to retard the growth of prostate cancer in mice. Researchers are now looking at the possibility of using the compounds to prevent cancer development in humans.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 18, 2019

Coffee And Alcohol Could Help People Live Past 90 Says Study

Drinking two cups of coffee every day significantly decreased the risk of early mortality for people who participated in a recent study. Those who drank moderate amounts of beer and wine also lived a longer life than those who abstained.

Healthy Living/Wellness December 26, 2018

People Sensitive To Caffeine's Bitterness Drink More Coffee: Study

Prefer coffee over tea or alcohol? Researchers of a new study investigated the relationship between bitter taste perception and the consumption of coffee, tea, and alcohol.

Healthy Living/Wellness November 16, 2018

New Study Explains How Coffee Protects The Brain From Disease

A new research found the compound in coffee that might protect drinkers from mental decline later in life. The team said that phenylindanes, instead of caffeine, prevent Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.

Healthy Living/Wellness November 7, 2018

Crazy About Coffee Varieties: Where Does Your Coffee Come From?

Coffee has become essential to the lives of people from all walks of life around the world. There are dozens of variants of coffees, each coming from different regions across what is called The Bean Belt.

Earth/Environment August 28, 2018

Drinking Any Kind Of Coffee Helps You Live Longer, Study Claims

A new study claimed that drinking any kind of coffee will help people live longer, with a 12 percent lower risk of death. The research adds to the growing list of studies that highlight the benefits of drinking coffee.

Healthy Living/Wellness July 3, 2018

Strongest Coffee In The World Is Headed To International Space Station

Death Wish Coffee is sending what is hailed as the world's strongest coffee to astronauts at the ISS. The blend contains 200 percent more caffeine than standard coffee.

Space June 27, 2018

Is Coffee Good For The Heart? Yes, If You Drink 4 Cups

Researchers from Germany prove that coffee is good for the heart, debunking previous knowledge that the beverage is harmful for people with heart problems. However, to unlock its benefits, people will need to drink at least four cups of coffee.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 22, 2018

Researchers Suggest Caffeine Could Replace Insulin Injections For Treating Diabetes

A team of Swiss scientists suggested that caffeine could be beneficial for diabetics. The team gave mice that had diabetes caffeine receptors, which helped produce insulin, the hormone diabetics require.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 20, 2018

U.S. Army Develops Coffee Consumption Algorithm That Improves Performance By 64 Percent

The US Army developed an algorithm that tells people when to have caffeine during the day. The algorithm takes sleep schedule into account and can limit caffeine consumption.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 6, 2018

Your Coffee Will Now Come With A Cancer Warning If You’re In California

Coffee shops in California are now really required to put cancer warnings on its products, no exceptions. What’s more, companies could potentially end up paying massive fines if a settlement isn’t reached.

Public Health May 9, 2018

Is Caffeine Good For The Heart? Yes, Says New Study

Regular caffeine consumption may be good for the heart after all, according to a new study that looked into the relationship between caffeine and arrhythmias. Beware of energy drinks, though.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 17, 2018

Don't Drop That Cup, Coffee Is Safe According To Cancer Experts

A Los Angeles judge ruled that Starbucks and other coffee chains should carry a cancer warning on their coffee. Extensive research showed that drinking coffee may help reduce risks of cancer.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 1, 2018

Judge Rules Coffees Sold In California Must Have Cancer Warning Labels

Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle ruled that coffee companies in California including Starbucks should have cancer warning labels because their products contain acrylamide. What do scientific studies say about this chemical?

Public Health March 30, 2018

Coffee May Affect The Body's Cannabinoid Metabolism: Study

Just how much can coffee affect the body? A new research finds that drinking coffee actually affects changes in more than a hundred metabolites in the blood.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 16, 2018

Coffee Or Tea: Which Is Better For Your Health?

More than 75 percent of people drink coffee, while 40 percent of people drink tea. Both offer many health benefits, including lowering the risk of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Which is better for your health, coffee or tea?

Healthy Living/Wellness March 11, 2018

Arabica Or Robusta? Birds Love Eating Coffee Beans And Have Preference, Study Says

A recent study found that birds love eating arabica and robusta coffee beans from plantations in India. Like humans, they also have a preference when it comes to coffee beans.

Animals February 24, 2018

California Coffee Shops Should Warn About Cancer Risk From Coffee Chemical, Lawsuit Alleges

California coffee shops could be forced to display warnings that a chemical found in coffee may pose a cancer risk. The chemical is called acrylamide and is created during the process of roasting coffee beans.

Public Health January 31, 2018

Coffee May Reduce Risk For Premature Death: Should You Consume Caffeinated Drink To Prevent Disease?

Here is some good news for coffee drinkers. A recent review has suggested that drinking coffee is beneficial for health, and it lowers premature death risks.

Healthy Living/Wellness November 24, 2017

Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee A Day May Have Health Benefits

Listen up, coffee addicts: A new search says that drinking three to four cups of coffee per day might be good for you. It apparently lowers risks of heart disease, premature death, and some cancers.

Healthy Living/Wellness November 23, 2017

National Coffee Day: The Good, The Bad, And The Free

Here are some of the shops giving out free coffee on National Coffee Day. Before going on your coffee run, learn the health benefits and risks of the world's leading beverage.

Healthy Living/Wellness September 29, 2017

Coffee Could Become Less Available, More Expensive Because Of Climate Change

Coffee production may decline because of global warming. Climate change is predicted to drive out species of coffee-pollinating bees and reduce coffee-growing areas in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

Earth/Environment September 13, 2017

Coffee Recalled Over Ingredient Similar To Viagra And Undeclared Milk

A coffee sold over the counter as a male enhancement product contains an ingredient similar to sildenafil, the active ingredient of erectile dysfunction drug Viagra. Why is this a bad thing?

Healthy Living/Wellness July 20, 2017

Drinking Coffee Helps You Live Longer, Pair Of New Studies Confirm

Two new large studies published Monday, July 10, showed a link between coffee and longer life through reducing the risk of death from heart disease, stroke, diabetes, or even cancer. Coffee benefits held up even if one drank a decaffeinated cup.

Healthy Living/Wellness July 11, 2017

Ethiopian Coffee Farmers Are The Latest Victim Of Climate Change

Global warming is starting to affect the livelihood of millions of coffee farmers in Ethiopia. Data shows that the country could end up losing as much as 60 percent of its coffee growing regions if climate conditions don't improve soon.

Earth/Environment June 20, 2017

South Carolina Teen Dies From Caffeine Overdose: How Much Is Too Much Caffeine?

Last month, 16-year-old Davis Allen Cripe collapsed in class because of caffeine overdose leading to probable arrhythmia. How much caffeine is enough to result in caffeine intoxication, and how does one stay in the safe limit?

Healthy Living/Wellness May 17, 2017

Will The New Mermaid Frappuccino From Starbucks Give The Unicorn A Run For Its Money?

Move over Unicorn Frappuccino, because there’s a new drink in town. Learn more about the new Mermaid Frappuccino and the latest concoctions Starbucks is brewing for you.

Life & Style May 3, 2017

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly: Benefits vs Side Effects Of Caffeine In The Body

The world’s strongest coffee has just been named. Here’s what you need to know about coffee and caffeine: health benefits, side effects, and safety levels.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 2, 2017

One Cup Of This Coffee Can Cause Irregular Heartbeat: Other Dangerous Caffeinated Products That Can Potentially Kill You

Experts warned that too much of Black Insomnia coffee could cause cardiac arrhythmia. Here are other products whose caffeine content may cause potential health risks and possibly death.

Public Health April 2, 2017

Black Insomnia: World's Strongest Coffee Contains Dangerously High Levels Of Caffeine

Lab test revealed that the world's strongest coffee contains 17.5 grams of caffeine per kilogram. How does the Black Insomnia Coffee fare when compared with Starbucks and other brands?

Healthy Living/Wellness March 30, 2017

Dunkin’ Donuts Kills Well-Loved Coffee Coolatta, Replaces It With Summer Drink

Dunkin’ Donuts is discontinuing the popular Coffee Coolatta and introducing the new Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee this summer. The move is made to produce a coffee-centric lineup, likely in response to the growing coffee culture in U.S. cities.

Life & Style March 26, 2017

Starbucks Is Releasing Spring Cups For The First Time Ever That Are Pastel Perfection

Starbucks is releasing limited-time cups that are pastel colored to celebrate spring.

Life & Style March 10, 2017

Your Coffee Habit Could Be Protecting You Against Dementia

Need a reason to justify your coffee habit? Here’s one: your regular dose of caffeine could be protecting you against dementia, according to research from Indiana University.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 8, 2017

Starbucks’ New Macchiato Drinks Will Be Your New Obsession This Spring

Starbucks is adding two new iced and hot macchiato drinks to its spring menu.

Life & Style February 28, 2017

Starbucks Starts Serving New Ice Cream Drinks: Here’s What Is On The New Affogato Menus

Starbucks is adding new ice cream beverages to its menu in select Reserve and California locations that are inspired by the Italian dessert affogato.

Life & Style February 15, 2017

Starbucks Sales Remain Slow, And Congestion In Stores May Be To Blame

Lower than expected Starbucks sales growth has been disclosed on Jan. 26, with part of the blame pinned on congestion inside stores that push some customers to leave without a purchase. Blame it on mobile order-and-pay, too.

Business Tech January 27, 2017

Can People Be Addicted To Caffeine?

A man's fight to clear his name of DUI charges raises a question about one of the world's most popular beverage: coffee. What does this incident tell us about the effects of caffeine on the human body?

Healthy Living/Wellness December 30, 2016

New Report Warns Of Coffee Shortage (And Yes, Blame Climate Change)

Increase in temperature and heavy rainfall may result in decline of world’s overall coffee production. Coffee might even go extinct by 2050 if global warming is not controlled.

Healthy Living/Wellness August 31, 2016

Your Coffee Cravings May Be Hardwired In Your Genes

A certain gene variant may be to blame for your addiction to coffee, a new study suggests. Researchers found that those without this gene variant tend to drink more cups of Joe than others.

August 25, 2016

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