Put that coffee down if you are trying to get pregnant!
A new study boasts another benefit for coffee, suggesting that increasing coffee consumption may reduce the risk of developing liver cirrhosis; this disease results in one million deaths per year, which typically occurs from excessive alcohol and some types of food.
A new report by the British organization "Action on Sugar" shows that about 98 percent of hot flavored drinks have excessive amounts of sugar per serving.
While some previous research has suggested that the caffeine from tea or coffee may increase the risk of heart palpatations or irregular beating, a new report challenges the belief that caffeine affects our heart at all.
Want to be healthier when you drink your coffee? Then you may want to try coffee flour.
Now there's another reason to have a cup of coffee; in addition to a long list of health benefits, a new study shows that it can boost endurance during exercise.
Previous studies have boasted the benefits of drinking coffee. Now, a 10-year U.S. study on regular coffee drinkers reminds us, again, of its benefits. (And yes, caffeine-free coffee drinkers, this benefits you, too.)
The American Chemical Society has identified two compounds in coffee that can help prevent Type 2 Diabetes.
Astronauts are actually getting a chance to drink out of a specially designed cup in space.
Here's another reason to drink coffee.
Want your coffee black? Black like your heart! (Wait, what?)
Drinking caffeine can disrupt your sleep. But did you know that drinking caffeine in the evening also delays the internal circadian clock that tells us when to get ready for sleep and when to prepare to wake up?