27 Jan 2016
New York: You have another reason to drink that cup of coffee. Researchers including an Indian-origin medical student now report that regular caffeine consumption does not lead to extra heartbeats, which may lead - in rare cases - to heart- or stroke-elated morbidity and mortality.
14 Jan 2016
London: Struggling to stick to fitness regime? Have a cup of coffee! According to an interesting study, the use of caffeine could help people stick to their fitness plans.
21 Dec 2015
New York: Caffeine in a morning cup of coffee can help improve athletic endurance, reveals a new study.
12 Jan 2016
New Delhi: It's good time to have a cup of tea to warm yourself in the winter. It is the perfect beverage to indulge in at any point of time. Tea is served in every nook and corner including many cafes and restaurants across Delhi. Here, we bring some of the places to find them.
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.
14 Dec 2015
London: Do you know having a cup of coffee makes small changes in your brain just like skipping breakfast does? Now, MRI scans taken by a researcher of his own brain over the last 18 months reveal brain changes not observed before.
29 Dec 2015
New Delhi: While growing up, the biggest struggle we faced was to convince our parents to let us play our favorite video game for few more minutes. Unfortunately, we were unaware of the scientifically proven benefits of playing these games at that time.
17 Nov 2015
Boston: Drinking two to three cups of coffee daily may reduce your risk of death from heart disease, diabetes and suicide, researchers including those of Indian-origin have claimed.
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!
28 Sep 2015
London: People who like drinking coffee can safely continue to have it, at least in moderation, without the risk of developing atrial fibrillation -- a heart condition that causes an irregular and often abnormally fast heart rate, suggests new research.