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Cut out the milk and sugar.
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"That something many people drink — and actually like to drink — might have a direct benefit came as a surprise to us."
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Yeah, not such a great idea.
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We suddenly have a new appreciation for Irish coffees.
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And apparently, it's part of a healthy diet.
Coffee: the best thing to ever happen.
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Even when it's not hot outside.
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Drinking coffee can lower your risk for malignant melanoma, according to a new study from the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics at the National Cancer Institute in the U.S. Spring-boarding...
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National Coffee Day is basically every day for those of you who love (read: need) your morning cup of joe, but Monday just happens to be a day you can really celebrate. According to a recent infograp...
Regardless of the strength of their convictions, employees have a hard time standing up to their bosses and co-workers when they are fatigued. So it should come as no surprise that a recent study, pub...
A jolt of caffeine can boost memory, according to a study published Sunday that provides a scientific motive for students slurping coffee, tea or energy drinks when cramming for exams. A team at Johns...
Drink your coffee black? Odds are you’re a purist whose virtues include patience and efficiency and whose personality flaws include moodiness and inflexibility. That’s according to "You Are Why You Ea...
Drinking coffee won't grind you down. In fact, it may even cut the suicide rate in half. At least that's what fresh research from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) suggests. Published in the...