03 Apr 2014
Singapore: According to a new study, drinking two or more cups of coffee daily can cut the risk of death from liver cirrhosis by 66 percent. The study found that tea, fruit juice, and soft drink consumption are not linked to cirrhosis mortality risk.
08 Apr 2014
New Delhi: Researchers have demonstrated that an unknown ingredient in coffee teams up with the caffeine to stimulate blood levels of a protein called GCSF (granulocyte-colony stimulating factor) that appears to put off the development of Alzheimer's disease.
18 Mar 2014
London: Coffee has long been blamed for dehydration due to the fact that caffeine is a mild diuretic. But experts suggest that such a drink can help with hydration, contributing to daily fluid intake.
25 Mar 2014
London: Do you smoke or have quit recently? Chances are that you may not taste and appreciate the bitter taste of caffeine in your cup of coffee.
01 Apr 2014
New York: For people suffering from type 2 diabetes who tend to develop foot ulcers that are hard to heal, a promising research finds that chronic wounds may heal more quickly if exposed to low-intensity vibration.
15 Mar 2014
Dubai: Human stem cells could be a viable alternative to current approaches to facial cartilage reconstruction such as for ear and nose, said a new study.
03 Feb 2014
New Delhi: Country’s coffee exports rose 38 percent to 26,161 tons in January on account of firm global prices, according to the Coffee Board of India.
06 Mar 2014
London: More and more people today are using internet to learn and share health problems - a remarkable shift that has gained momentum in the last decade, a new research finds.
13 Jan 2014
London: Coffee is considered one of the favourite drinks but aside from providing the often needed early morning boost, the type of coffee a person likes to drink can also reveal a lot about his personality, says a study.
30 Dec 2013
New Delhi: Global coffee exports fell by 9.6 percent to 8.5 million bags in October, the first month of the new marketing year, as farmers in Indonesia and Vietnam held back stocks, according to the International Coffee Organisation (ICO).