Having Your Coffee and Enjoying It Too
With Coffee, the Price of Individualism Can Be Hig
SOMETIMES it’s hard to tell how much coffee costs, even if you know what you spent. At least that’s the case with many of the single-serve brewing machines that are soaring in popularity.
Brazil Expected To Produce Record Coffee Crop This
Brazil, the world's biggest coffee grower and exporter, is likely to produce a record crop of the commodity in 2012, official crop forecaster Conab said Tuesday.
How Caffeine Can Galvanize Your Workout
Can a cup of coffee motivate you to relish your trips to the gym this winter?
Coffee output to dip next season - but not by much
World coffee production will fall in 2011-12 – but not by much, supported by Brazil, which is expecting a record harvest for what is an off-season in its two-year cycle.
Global demand for coffee to keep climbing
GLOBAL demand for coffee is set to keep climbing, and even a doubling in the cost of the commodity over the last 12 months has failed to quench consumers’ thirst.
Coffee may reduce diabetes risk
Researchers at Nagoya University have reported evidence that drinking coffee may help prevent diabetes, and that coffee can ameliorate the effects of fatty liver, hyperglycemia and improve insulin sensitivity.
Proteins in unroasted coffee beans pave way for ne
Scientists in Brazil have found that unroasted coffee beans contain proteins that can kill insects, a finding that may lead to new insecticides
Coffee: Is it healthier than you think?
Coffee drinkers may be at lower risk of liver and colon cancer, type 2 diabetes, and Parkinson's disease
Daily caffeine dose may delay progress of Alzheime
Three large cups of coffee a day could help to slow the progress of Alzheimer’s disease and even reverse the condition, researchers say.
Coffee Linked to Lower Dementia Risk
Drinking coffee may do more than just keep you awake.
Drinking coffee reduces risk of Alzheimer's: study
AFP/File – Middle-aged people who drink moderate amounts of coffee significantly reduce their risk of developing …
Seven Cups of Coffee a Day May Lead to Hallucinati
Consuming the caffeine in seven cups of instant
Coffee May Be Commodity ‘Superstar’ as Oil Falls:
Coffee may be the best-performing commodity this year as cheaper energy leaves consumers with more disposable income and global production declines
Coffee may protect against oral cancers
New research indicates that drinking coffee lowers the risk of developing cancer of the oral cavity or throat, at least in the general population of Japan.
Coffee may cut the risk of dementia
Coffee may cut the risk of dementia by blocking the damage cholesterol can inflict on the body, research suggests.
Drinking Coffee May Protect against DNA Damage, St
Scientists in the United States and Europe have been researching the beneficial effects of coffee, one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world.
Coffee Drinking Related To Reduced Risk Of Liver C
After lung and stomach cancer, liver cancer is the third largest cause of cancer deaths in the world.
Drink coffee to ward off colon cancer
Drinking a few cups of coffee a day may lower the risk of advanced colon cancer, at least for women, Japanese researchers said on Wednesday.
New ruling may spark organic coffee crisis
A move by the US to change the organic certification process is likely to make it more expensive and difficult for small-scale organic coffee growers in the developing countries, who produce the bulk of organic coffee in the world, to continue to survive.
Wall Street Is Betting on the Farm
Wall Street commodity funds that have been investing heavily in energy futures are now loading up on agricultural commodities like corn and livestock futures.
Coffee May Remedy Those Aches, Pains
(CBS4) DENVER With all the remedies now on the market for aches and pains, a new study says all you need may be a cup of coffee.
Pension funds raise their stake in commodities
Billions of dollars are expected
Coffee drinking may lower diabetes risk
Consumption of coffee, particularly the decaffeinated variety, is associated with a reduced risk of diabetes, according to a report in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
DJ Beverage Cos Cope With Lost Generation Of Cola
It might not be wise to pin hopes for a recovery in carbonated soft-drink sales on teens.
Why Coffee Can Be Good for Liver, Heart, Kidneys..
IT'S the humble bean with a bad reputation. But coffee, the world's most popular drink, is becoming healthier every year.
Coffee can save your liver from alcohol's worst ef
Chicago — Coffee may counteract alcohol's poisonous effects on the liver and help prevent cirrhosis, researchers say.
Green Coffee Promotes Weight Loss?
Coffee made out green, unroasted coffee beans promotes weight loss, according to a new study on compounds that are naturally present in the beans.
My coffee is cold
A brewing heat proves it’s a contender when it comes to taste
Specialty coffee market getting hotter
Piping hot or ice blended, market has opportunities spilling out of its cup
Coffee may fight breast cancer for some women
Study: Daily consumption can protect against high risk gene mutations
Coke thinks coffee-cola is it
'Coca-Cola Blak' adds a jolt of joe
Tips and tricks for a great cup of coffee
No need to head to a trendy cafe for your daily wake-up kick. Check out these recipes for espresso and a blended ice drink
Science and Your Health
A guide to some of the newest research and recommendations.
Coffee a top source of healthy antioxidants
But beverage is still no substitute for fruits and vegetables
Coffee could hold the cure for baldness
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Coffee could hold the secret to curing male baldness, according to new research.