18 Jan 2012
One in four office workers complain of "chronic boredom," fueling themselves with coffee and chocolate during the day and hitting the happy hours after work to brighten their day -- habits which can take a toll on their health in the long term.
04 Jul 2016
London: Coffee lovers, rejoice! Drinking moderate amounts of coffee may have more benefits than risks in adults, a new study has found.
13 Jan 2015
New Delhi: If you are single child at your home, you earn more clout and are treated as prince or princess that brings many royalties your way. You have no point to regard yourself as a lone child in this big world rather you should enjoy the perks of being one. Here, we are listing the advantages of being an only child of your parents.
16 Jun 2016
London: If you are pining for more flavour in your cup of coffee, make sure the roasted coffee beans are chilled before grinding, suggest scientists.
04 Apr 2016
Los Angeles: Coffee lovers, rejoice! Drinking coffee, including decaf, instant and black, may decrease the risk of colorectal cancer, according to a new study which found that the benefits increase with more consumption.
14 Apr 2016
London: If you drink five-six cups of coffee daily, here come some good news. According to researchers, increase in coffee consumption can provide protective effect against non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
03 Feb 2012
Decaffeinated coffee may help improve brain energy metabolism associated with type 2 diabetes, researchers suggest. This brain dysfunction is a known risk factor for dementia and other neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer's disease.
03 Dec 2015
London: Much to coffee lovers' delight, drinking three to four cups of coffee per day can reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, said a new study.
05 Aug 2016
New York: Exercise causes the formation of new neurons in a critical brain region which does not erases old memories, according to a study conducted by an Indian-origin researchers.
17 Oct 2015
London: If you thought only humans can get addicted to coffee, think again. New research reveals even honeybees find caffeinated beverages, err, nectar, irresistible!