Caffeine is often touted as an appetite suppressant—but is that true?
Scientists wanted to understand if coffee could be beneficial even in those whose bodies process it slowly.
Scientists investigated how caffeine affects the cells in the heart.
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Nguyen Thi Loan purchased rejected coffee beans and dyed them with black powder she extracted from D batteries.
The judge ruled that coffee companies had failed to demonstrate there was no significant risk from a by-product of the coffee bean roasting process.
Acrylamide, a white odourless carcinogen, is created when coffee beans are roasted.
The future is uncertain for many favorites.
Umbrella study reveals moderate coffee consumption reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes, liver diseases and Alzheimer's.
Add horchata-flavored vodka, rum and energy drinks to the list.
The religious groups' opposition to Starbucks came after a video of company chairman Howard Schultz making pro-LGBT comments circulated online.
A BBC investigation found “concerning” levels of the bacteria in the ice used by coffee chains in the U.K.
Coffee can be “a wonderful natural medicine," scientists said.
Move over George Clooney—Amir Gehl is coming for your Nespresso machine.