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Coffee May Reduce Risk Of Melanoma

Coffee May Reduce Risk Of Melanoma

CoffeeandBean.com January 24, 2015 0

Here’s some more (potentially) good news for coffee devotees: A new study finds that drinking four or more cups of coffee a day – a fairly hefty amount, by most counts – is linked

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Coffee doesn’t give you energy, it just fools your brain into thinking it isn’t tired

Coffee doesn’t give you energy, it just fools your brain into thinking it isn’t tired

CoffeeandBean.com December 27, 2014 0

It’s a myth that caffeine gives you energy. In fact, through a kind of clever biological trickery, caffeine fools your body into thinking that it isn’t tired. Business Insider reports that the longer a

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The Hot New Drug in Major League Baseball? Coffee Grounds

The Hot New Drug in Major League Baseball? Coffee Grounds

CoffeeandBean.com November 7, 2014 0

Baseball players with tobacco-packed lips are still, alas, a common sight, even as the country has soured on the stuff over the past several decades. But now some players have a new oral fixation.

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Health Benefits Of Coffee vs. Tea: Which One Is Better For You?

Health Benefits Of Coffee vs. Tea: Which One Is Better For You?

CoffeeandBean.com November 6, 2014 0

To some, coffee is an essential drug of sorts: a jolting liquid that staves away fatigue, headaches, and lack of motivation. Or perhaps you’re a recovering coffee addict who has now turned to the

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How Much Caffeine Is Too Much?

How Much Caffeine Is Too Much?

CoffeeandBean.com October 28, 2014 0

“Caffeine intoxication” became official in the medical community when the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders,” known as DSM-5, added the diagnosis last year. So do cappuccino lovers need to worry about limiting

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Decaf or Regular: Coffee Is Good for Your Liver

Decaf or Regular: Coffee Is Good for Your Liver

CoffeeandBean.com October 10, 2014 0

Drinking decaffeinated coffee is just as helpful as drinking regular coffee is for maintaining a healthy liver, a new study finds. Regardless of whether they drank decaf or regular, people in the study who

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