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Coffee has more power than you ever thought: 3 cups a day helps you live longer
A new study has concluded that drinking two or three cups of coffee in a day helps you keep your liver and circulatory system healthier. It also contributes to lower levels of inflammation.
Do you need eight hours a night and is coffee before bed a bad idea?
Sleep. We all know we need it. Most of us feel we don’t get enough.
Can drinking a strong coffee an hour before gym improve performance?
Gym workouts could be improved with a strong cup of coffee an hour before. But does it matter if it is caffeinated or decaffeinated and why exactly does it have this effect?
Coffee habits could lengthen lifespan: Study
Drinking three to four cups of coffee a day is not only safe for most people, it might protect against heart disease or an early death, a new review suggested.
Coffee may help kidney disease patients avoid early death
Can caffeine help people with chronic kidney disease live longer?
Coffee shops not doing enough to combat wasted cups
Coffee shops are not doing enough to deal with the billions of disposable cups that are thrown away in the UK each year, an influential committee of MPs has been told.
Three deadly conditions could be prevented with coffee (Video)
Coffee is more popular than ever in the UK, and drinking it frequently could help prevent diabetes, stroke and Alzheimer's disease.
Your coffee habit could be harming the environment
A new study suggested that America's coffee habit is harming the environment.
Coffee made in classic Italian style can help prevent prostate cancer
New European research, published this week in the International Journal of Cancer, has added to the growing body of evidence that coffee can have a protective effect against prostate cancer.
Coffee goes well with mashed potato
Mashed potato may be the perfect food to serve with coffee, a Cambridge University scientist found.
Study shows how many calories Americans add to coffee, tea
Researchers have found that people significantly increase their caloric intake by the sweeteners they add to their coffee or tea.
Coffee consumption may counter age-related inflammation
Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have unearthed a connection between advancing age, systemic inflammation, cardiovascular disease and coffee consumption.
Coffee could fight age-related inflammation
Caffeine could counteract the inflammation that comes with aging, a new study found.
Coffee can slash risk of cardiovascular disease
Three cups of coffee a day can slash the risk of cardiovascular disease by more than a fifth, according to new research.
Coffee cravings may spring from DNA
Anybody up for a steaming cup of Joe? Turns out your DNA may hold the answer.
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