Friday, September 22, 2017


Home Science Health

Scotland, PCRRG criticises proposal to introduce a coffee cup charge

EDINBURGH, UK – The Paper Cup Recovery and Recycling Group (PCRRG) has criticised a proposal to possibly introduce a coffe...

Higher coffee consumption associated with lower risk of death, says study

BARCELONA, Spain – Higher coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of death, according to research presented tod...

Here is why your morning coffee can be messing with your taste buds

According to a new research published in the Journal of Food Science, your morning coffee can temporarily weaken your tast...

Worried about consuming too much coffee? Switch to green coffee instead

Can’t start your day without a cup of coffee? But worried about the caffeine and calories intake? Well, let your worries take a back seat, as you enjoy a wonderful cup of green coffee. Long-standing health debate on drinking coffee is not unknown to anyone. But, amidst all these, comes in a new study on green coffee, raw ...

Good news for coffee lovers: Caffeine is harmless, says research

It's blamed for sleeplessness, anxiety, frequent toilet trips and worse - but caffeine is harmless, a new study shows. The stimulant, long ridiculed by those who believe it to be harmful, is safe - even for pregnant women and young children, reported the Daily Mail. A review of 44 trials dispelled the widespread myth that caffeine, found in tea, coffee ...

University College London begins coffee cup recycling pilot

LONDON, UK – An estimated 2.5 billion disposable coffee cups are used in the UK each year, creating around 25,000 tonnes of waste. In March the Government’s Environmental Audit Committee launched an inquiry into the impact of cup waste. This has prompted the need for a sustainable solution to their disposal and recycling.

Coffee consumption associated with reduced mortality, study shows

LONDON, U.K. – People who drink three cups of coffee a day may live longer than non-drinkers, according to a new study. Researchers at Imperial College London (ICL; United Kingdom), the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI, Rockville, MD, USA), and other institutions conducted a pan-European cohort study involving ...

Do you want to live a longer and healthier life? Drink your coffee black

Many of us joke that we can’t live without our morning coffee. But a pair of new studies suggests that drinking coffee is associated with longer life and lower instances of cancer or chronic disease. Does this mean you should drink an extra-large macchiato with caramel and extra whip every morning?

Having caffeine just before a short snooze is the ultimate energy hack

The words "coffee" and "nap" don't usually go together. But a strategy that pairs the two actually makes sense—and could be the energy boost you need to make it through a crazy day. A coffee nap is exactly what it sounds like: You drink a cup of joe, then immediately take a snooze.

Viagra coffee product recalled in the United States due to health risk

MILAN – The Food and Drug Administration announced last week a second voluntary recall of a coffee product laced with Viagra-like drug desmethyl carbodenafil in the US this month. The product, with the distinct name 'New of Kopi Jantan Tradisional Natural Herbs Coffee', was distributed by Bestherbs Coffee LLC.