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  • Coffee longer life

    Drinking coffee may lead to longer life

    Your daily cup of joe may help you live longer, say scientists who have found that drinking coffee may lower the risk of death due to heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes. People who consumed a cup of coffee a day were 12 per cent less likely to die compared to those who did not drink coffee. This association was even stronger for those who drank two to three cups a day - 18 per cent reduced chance of death. Lower mortality was

    Science and Tech | July 11, 2017
  • Decaffeinated coffee

    Decaffeinated coffee, tea may have damaged ozone layer

    Your love for decaffeinated tea or coffee may have led to ozone depletion, say scientists who found that a chemical commonly used to in the food industry delayed recovery of the atmosphere's protective layer by up to 30 years. Researchers from Lancaster University in the UK found that a previously ignored chemical called dichloromethane may now be contributing to ozone depletion and should be looked at to improve future ozone predictions. Dichloromethane is a man-made ozone-depleting chemical that is used in the

    Science and Tech | June 29, 2017
  • Green coffee beans

    Healing wonder of green coffee

    Talking about health supplements, green coffee comes to mind. The higher level of chlorogenic acid in green coffee beans is said to have many health benefits that control obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, Alzheimer’s disease and bacterial infections. When coffee is roasted, most of the chlorogenic acid is removed. Hence, the fresh green coffee extract was promoted by Dr Oz back in 2012. Since then it has been gradually gaining popularity. The intake of green coffee bean extract cuts carbohydrate content in

    Health | June 16, 2017
  • Coffee-care for your liver

    Care for your liver is vital as increasing number of people are suffering from liver damage these days. A healthy liver keeps your entire body healthy and strong, as this vital organ helps in detoxification and performs over 500 functions. It turns fat soluble toxins into water soluble toxins that our body flushes out easily and regulates hormones. Hence, take good care of your liver and stay healthy. A few simple tips, including wholesome diet and regular exercise, can protect your

    Health | June 14, 2017
  • Taylor Swift's coffee date with new beau

    Singer Taylor Swift looked smitten with Joe Alwyn as she enjoyed a coffee date with the actor in her hometown Nashville, Tennessee here. In some photographs, Swift and Alwyn can be seen enjoying morning coffee from a balcony on June 3, reports dailymail.co.uk. Swift, who was wearing a short fuchsia shift, looked in good spirits while enjoying the view with the British actor. Alwyn, who looked thrilled to be in Swift's company, was simply dressed in a grey T-shirt and jeans.

    Entertainment | June 5, 2017
  • Coffee

    Getting more sleep, drinking coffee may help ease pain

    Rather than taking painkillers, patients with chronic pain might benefit from better sleeping habits coupled with daytime alertness-promoting agents such as coffee, suggests a research. The study, conducted on mice, revealed that five consecutive days of moderate sleep deprivation can significantly exacerbate pain sensitivity over time in otherwise healthy mice.  Common analgesics like ibuprofen did not block sleep loss-induced pain hypersensitivity. Even morphine lost most of its efficacy in sleep-deprived mice.  In contrast, both caffeine and modafinil

    Science and Tech | May 9, 2017
  • coffee, prostate cancer

    Drinking coffee can halve prostate cancer risk

    Drinking more than three cups of coffee a day may reduce prostate cancer risk by more than 50 per cent, show results of a study on 7,000 Italian men. The findings were then validated in laboratory studies which suggested that the coffee substance caffeine might have some protective effect against cancer. "The observations on cancer cells allow us to say that the beneficial effect observed among the 7,000 participants is most likely due to caffeine, rather than to

    Science and Tech | April 27, 2017
  • coffee, cancer, caffeine, Health Care

    Drinking coffee can halve prostate cancer risk?

    Drinking more than three cups of coffee a day may reduce prostate cancer risk by more than 50 per cent, show results of a study on 7,000 Italian men. The findings were then validated in laboratory studies which suggested that the coffee substance caffeine might have some protective effect against cancer. "The observations on cancer cells allow us to say that the beneficial effect observed among the 7,000 participants is most likely due to caffeine, rather than to the many other substances

    Science and Tech | April 27, 2017