CIMBALI HEAD

Health

Home Science Health

Study finds living wage gap for workers in World’s biggest coffee region

As the conversation surrounding living wages develops throughout the world — applying to fast food in the United States, t...

Drinking coffee every day helps eliminate free radicals, says Korean study

A new study has found drinking one cup of coffee or green tea every day can help eliminate free radicals from the system. ...

NESTLE – New dairy distribution centre opens in Brazil

VEVEY, Switzerland – Dairy Partners Americas, a joint venture between Nestlé and New Zealand dairy co-operative Fonterra, ...

HEALTH – Coffee and appetite: an interview with Matt Schubert and Associate Professor Ben Desbrow, Griffith University

What prompted you to research the effect of coffee on appetite? Matt (M): Well, my supervisor, Associate Professor Ben Des...

Coffee drinking habits can be written in our DNA, study finds

Researchers have identified a gene that appears to curb coffee consumption. People with a DNA variation in a gene called P...

Coffee That Provides an All-Day Buzz Could Soon Be a Reality

Caffeine crashes could be a thing of the past. Coffee addicts live for the buzz they get from their first cup in ...

HEALTH – European study finds moderate caffeine use safe

Confirming what coffee and tea connoisseurs have long known, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in January declared...

Quadram Institute develops new coffee testing method to deter fraudsters

Researchers from the Quadram Institute have developed a new technique to distinguish between superior Arabica coffee and c...

New research finds a link between caffeine and tackling obesity

MILAN – A new study out of China suggests caffeine could play a major role in weight loss by targeting a ‘lazy’ part of an obese subject’s brain. The report by the Huazhong University of Science and Technology, released today, detailed how obese mice were less hungry and more active after being dosed with caffeine.

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?