Tag Archives: Coffee

New Study Reveals Drinking More Coffee Reverses Liver Damage Caused By Drinking Booze

A new study has officially given anyone who has ever woken up with a searing hangover and unable to function without that first cup of coffee, some good news about just how healing that ritual can be. The Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics journal published that drinking coffee just might help reduce the damage that booze can do to the liver. ...

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Coffee Actually Helps Keep You Alive?

A new study posted yesterday claims that your daily coffee may, in fact, keep you living longer. The study, which was posted in the journal Circulation, states that those who drink three to five cups of coffee a day, decaf included, have a 15 percent lower risk of premature death. Dr. Ming Ding of the Department of Nutrition of Harvard ...

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Coffee Lowers Death Risk: Moderate Consumption Helps Longevity, Suggest Studies

A few cups of coffee a day lowers death risk, indicated researchers from the Harvard. People who drink coffee daily are less likely to die from heart disease, neurological disease, type 2 diabetes, or suicide as compared to people who do not, concluded a new study. A new study, published by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health, studied ...

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Coffee Lowers Death Risk, Boosts Weight Loss, & Battles Depression: Here’s How Much Coffee Benefits Most

Coffee lowers your death risk, but in order to benefit, you need to know just how much coffee is the ideal amount. A new study provides the answer while showing that coffee lowers the risk of some types of cancer while improving the health of your liver and brain, reported UPI. Just a cup a day won’t do it, however. ...

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Drink Beer To Improve Chances Of Fathering A Child, Avoid Coffee, Suggests Study

Couples trying to have a baby do tons of research to improve their chances. Here’s one more research to ponder which indicates that having beer might be a good idea for the dad-to-be. If you’re a man and you’re trying to conceive, you should start drinking, according to a study published in the United States. Massachusetts General Hospital studied more ...

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DNA linked to how much coffee you drink

In this file photo, the owner of a coffee shop serves cappuccinos to judges during a barista competition in Cranberry, Pa. Scientists have long known that one’s genes influence how much of coffee one consumes, and a study released Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014 by the journal Molecular Psychiatry has identified some genes that may play a role. (Credit: AP / ...

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Are You A Coffee Addict? Science Lets You Blame Your DNA!

Coffee addicts rejoice! No more must you suffer those disapproving looks from co-workers as you make your fifth trip to the coffee pot. Never again can your spouse complain when you order a quad-shot venti at Starbucks. Now you’ve got DNA on your side. A huge DNA study by the Harvard School of Public Health has found that your genes ...

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Coffee Addict? Here’s Some Motivation To Give Up The Brew

National Coffee Day was celebrated at the end of September, and many a connoisseur of the pervasive beverage marked the occasion by taking another sip. Or pouring another cup. For many who drink several servings of the caffeine-laded substance daily, another sip simply isn’t enough. This is part of what has motivated some former caffeine lovers to give the habit ...

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