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Coffee drinkers are nearly three times more likely to stay late at work

LONDON, UK – UK workers needing to stay late in the office are being fuelled by coffee. That’s the finding today after a study reported that one fifth (20%) of Brits stay one hour late at work if they drink two or more cups of coffee per day. Coffee has long been believed to be the key for staying alert and engaged for long periods ...

How to time your coffee consumption during the day for a better boost

NEW YORK, U.S. – Research suggests most of us don't need the caffeine bump when we first wake up and actually get more bang from the caffeine in our coffee if we wait an hour after waking up to drink it. But what about our bleary-eyed, don't-talk-to-me-until-my-coffee grogginess?

Papua New Guinea yet to determine spread of coffee borer beetle

PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea – Authorities in Papua New Guinea are scrambling to determine how far coffee borer beetle has spread across the country. Native to Africa, the beetle is considered one of the most harmful coffee crop pests in the world. The Ministry of Agriculture said 80 percent of PNG's coffee production could be lost if ...

How two university friends turned coffee grounds into a beauty gold mine

MELBOURNE, Australia – How much does it take to convince the average woman to take off her clothes, rub brown coffee granules all over her body, and then rave about it on social media? Melbourne friends Jess Hatzis and Bree Johnson, who met at university nearly 10 years ago, may have the answer ...

Caffeine could be headed soon to WADA’s prohibited substance list

WASHINGTON D.C., U.S. – Utah Jazz forward Boris Diaw doesn't go a day without his daily dose of coffee, and now neither do many of his teammates. The 34-year-old Frenchman turned his team onto the caffeinated beverage after being traded last summer from the San Antonio Spurs and now it's practically a tradition ...

Caffeine Combats Inflammation-Related Heart Disease, research says

STANFORD, CA, U.S. – Coffee lovers can quaff to their heart’s content, according to a new study from Stanford University. That’s because the results suggest that coffee may help prevent heart disease, heart attacks, and strokes. The long-term study of more than 100 adults tracked older people who fell into two groups.

Why people are mixing collagen into their coffee? Reality and myths

Collagen is making a comeback — and it has nothing to do with expensive injections or pricey wrinkle creams. The nutrient re-emerged as the darling of the wellness world when health nuts began whipping up batches of bone broth in hopes the collagen-rich soup would provide natural health benefits.

Caffeine has positive effect on memory, Johns Hopkins researchers say

BALTIMORA, U.S. – Whether it's a mug full of fresh-brewed coffee, a cup of hot tea, or a can of soda, consuming caffeine is the energy boost of choice for millions who want to wake up or stay up. Now, researchers at Johns ...

What your coffee order can say about you: caffeine and personality

BERKELEY, California, U.S. – Coffee may be the only beverage college students like more than alcohol. At UC Berkeley, where sleep deprivation is the norm and all-nighters are a common occurrence, coffee is even more valuable. We all need that sweet, sweet caffeine — but how you choose to get this neccesity says a lot about you.

BioNovelus makes key strides in the fight against coffee rust in Guatemala

PHOENIX, U.S. — BioNovelus, Inc. is proud to announce that it has acquired all certifications and licensures it believes necessary to sell and distribute products from newly established Guatemalan Subsidiary: BioNovelus-Guatemala S.A. in Guatemala. Anacafé, the Guatemalan Coffee Association reports positive results for ...