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A coffee to keep New Year fitness resolutions

CANTERBURY, Kent, UK - For anyone struggling to keep the New Year Resolution to 'Do More Exercise' science shows a solutio...

25 things that Happen to Your Body When You Drink Coffee

by Grant Stoddard* A bit twitchy. Psyched! Finally awake... From immediate energy to long-term health effects to even a...

Drinking coffee reduces mortality risk, Japanese study show

Drinking coffee reduces mortality risk, says a Japanese study. People who drink three to four cups of coffee a day have ab...

Coffee chemistry and the search for the tasty, pest-free bean

Paul Green and Aaron Davis explain how scientists at Kew and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) are exploring some ...

New gorgeous coffee tree species from Honduras is critically endangered

Amid the challenging terrain of north-western Honduras, where Dr. Kelly's team faced rugged and steep forest areas cut acr...

Even honeybees love coffee!

A new study found that bees may select caffeinated nectar over an uncaffeinated, though otherwise equal-quality alternativ...

While we are sleeping – High night temperatures affect our morning coffee

While we are sleeping - High night temperatures affect our morning coffee. The first on-the-ground evidence that climate c...

Coffee is the National Drink of Italians, says study

As much as 96.5 percent of Italians between the ages 18 and 65 drink coffee making java the "National Drink of Italians", ...

Creating new consumer behaviors from the ground up

By Nicole Fallon Taylor* For many new businesses, the biggest challenge is standing out in a sea of competitors that al...

WHO to study cancer risks from drinking coffee and very hot beverages

MILAN - Following its judgment on the cancer risks of processed and red meats, the World Health Organization is likely to ...