Coffee and cigarettes are now being seen as something that can protect you from rare live disease called Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC), a new study finds.
While you are busy in making choices between these two beverages, the effect might be opposite on your genome, new study finds.
FDA recently issued draft guidelines addressing food service and manufacturers to revise their methods for producing certain types of food. In the guidelines FDA has warned of the presence of possible cancer-causing chemical known as acrylamide.
The well effects of coffee is not a new subject. Scientists in Japan have proved that extra caffeine actually reduced the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease.
Drinking coffee gives you more than just a mental boost- it can also help make your blood vessels more efficient.
Drinking three cups of coffee every day could lower the risk of liver cancer by 50 per cent, a new research has found.
Coffee or sex? A new survey reveals that, upon rising, the majority of people desire a cup of joe more than a little action.
Researchers found that in mouse models, caffeine could slow down brain development when consumed before puberty.
The risk of developing womb cancer can be reduced by drinking coffee, a new study suggests.
Researchers have developed a way to authenticate Kopi Luwak, the unique brew created from the feces of a Southeast Asian creature known as the palm civet.
Switching from tea to coffee may get you a raise, a new survey suggests.
A new product called Sprayable Energy will allow people to intake caffeine by spraying the odorless substance directly onto the skin.
Researchers report that drinking coffee or tea can help promote a healthy liver.
Previous studies have shown that coffee can prevent cancer, extend life and even lower the risk of suicide. However, new research reveals that heavy coffee consumption may put younger people at risk for health problems and early death.
Researchers found that drinking coffee every day could lower one's risk of suicide. http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/15622975.2013.795243