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If you like black coffee and dark chocolate it’s because of your genes, says study

EVANSTON, IL, USA – People who like to drink their coffee black also prefer dark chocolate, a new Northwestern Medicine study found - and...

Caffeine increases alertness and detection accuracy for moving targets, study shows

WATERLOO, Ontario, Canada – In the first study of its kind to explore caffeine ’s effects on dynamic visual skills, researchers concluded that caffeine...

Drinking coffee or tea may improve survival after breast cancer treatment

MILAN – New research suggests that drinking coffee or tea after breast cancer treatment may improve survival. In a study of 8,900 women with...

Coffee scientist Sara Yeager: ‘Acids bring much more flavor impact than just sourness’

MILAN – A new study by researchers at the UC Davis Coffee Center, titled “Acids in coffee: A review of sensory measurements and meta-analysis...

Study shows how coffee quality is affected by environmental shifts, management practices

BOZEMAN, Montana — A team from Montana State University, Tufts University and the Specialty Coffee Association has published a study finding that coffee quality...

Study finds no association between caffeine intake and invasive breast cancer risk

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Researchers from the University at Buffalo conducted a study of nearly 80,000 postmenopausal women in the U.S. to determine whether caffeine...

New study supports coffee and caffeine can reduce kidney stones risk

NEW YORK, US – A new study using genetic data of hundreds of thousands of people suggests that daily coffee and caffeine consumption can...

Covid-19 has not stopped Canadians from enjoying their cuppa, study shows

TORONTO, ON, Canada – It’s National Coffee Day on September 29th and while the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced where and how Canadians consume coffee,...

A cocoa bean’s ‘fingerprint’ could trace chocolate bars back to their farm of origin

GUILDFORD, Surrey, UK – A new study from the University of Surrey has revealed that biotechnology could be the missing ingredient in helping cocoa...

Study provides first-ever molecular views of an olfactory receptor at work

NEW YORK CITY, New York, US - All senses must reckon with the richness of the world, but nothing matches the challenge faced by...

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