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Researchers find casual link between cardiovascular health and coffee consumption

Conducted in partnership with the SAHMRI, the team found that people with high blood pressure, angina, and arrythmia were more likely to drink less coffee, decaffeinated coffee

Climate change making it harder to get a good cup of coffee: Study

Under various scenarios, the researchers looked at how a total of 19 climatic factors will affect the cultivation of five distinct speciality coffee types in the fu.ture

Too much consumption of coffee can cause cardiovascular issues

Cardiovascular diseases are the number one cause of death globally, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives each year.

Coffee consumption related with decreased heart failure risk

According to the federal dietary guidelines, three to five 8-ounce cups of coffee per day can be part of a healthy diet, but that only refers to plain black coffee.

Take your coffee from ‘meh’ to yeah!

Water Matters Even though you might use deliciously flavoured coffee granules, the water you use matters a lot.

Drinking coffee before breakfast may up diabetes risk: Study

For the study, published in the journal British Journal of Nutrition, the research team looked at the effect of broken sleep and morning coffee across a range of different metabolic markers.

Peanut, coffee to give milk chocolate benefits of dark ones

The results suggest that you may not have to compromise on the taste to get the benefits of dark chocolate which has high levels of phenolic compounds.

Gazans get first taste of coffee-to-your-door

Coffee on wheels business is giving the coastal Palestinian territory its first taste of a delivery service

Chicago: Two killed, one critically injured in Illinois shooting

The shooting took place at the Bunn-O-Matic plant on Friday morning, reports Xinhua news agency local media as saying.

MSMEs slash jobs as orders fall

Say dues mounting as customers are delaying payment, inventory piling up as there is no movement of finished goods

Here’s how coffee is good for your digestion

Gallstone disease is a common digestive disorder, caused by the accumulation of gallstones in the gallbladder or bile duct, which affects approximately 10-15% of the adult population.

2-3 cups of coffee daily linked to lower body fat in women

The study indicated that some compounds in coffee may have anti-obesity properties

Mothers stress most about sanitising, kids’ health: Survey

About how moms are leveraging digital platforms during the lockdown, the survey notes an increase in the use of apps like Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest.

I don’t drink coffee anymore, shifted to green tea: Hardik Pandya

I don't drink coffee, I drink green tea instead. I drank coffee only once and proved to be too expensive for me. I can bet that Starbucks would not have such an expensive coffee. Since then I stay away from coffee

What food is served for coronavirus patients at Gandhi Hospital?

A lot of attention has gone into planning a menu that has loads of proteins and carbohydrates to improve immunity and provide energy needed to fight the coronavirus, hospital officials said.

Brewing a perfect cup of coffee

Researchers figure out the formula for the right shot

Syria refugees bring new tastes and traditions to Kurdish Iraq

"Iraqi Kurds helped us revive our Kurdish language since they speak a more pure Kurdish than Syrian Kurds, whose dialect was banned in Syria."

MSME-EPC to hold mega meet to boost NE entrepreneurs

"We will bring successful start-ups as role models to motivate the existing and potential entrepreneurs from the northeastern region."

Coffee, tea can keep you in shape this holiday season

A cup of coffee or tea might do a lot more good than just helping you overcome the early morning sleep inertia.

Brewing flavours of caffeine like a pro

Director of Coffee By Di Bella, Rahul Leekha, explains some newer techniques to brew the popular jitter juice.

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