01 Oct 2014
Washington: Listening to music while driving may not be a good idea if you are feeling fatigued, but drinking coffee may help, suggests a new study.
30 Sep 2014
Toronto: If you feel tired behind the wheel on a long drive, try a cup of tea or coffee to ward off sleep instead of raising the volume of your music system.
24 Sep 2014
Washington: Your genes may decide whether you find alcohol tasty or bitter, according to a new study. The study found that people with one version of a bitterness taste receptor gene found an alcoholic drink to be less bitter-tasting than those with a different version of the gene.
15 Sep 2014
Washington: Two Boston University graduates have developed a new smartphone app to turn job hunting into a thrilling social experience.
12 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Actress Anushka Sharma says that her day starts with a cup of coffee, which helps her to overcome stress.
08 Sep 2014
New Delhi: The colour of your lips primarily depends on your complexion, but fair people can also develop dark lips if they smoke excessively or consume too much of tea or coffee.
01 Sep 2014
London: Drinking tea reduces the risk of dying from causes unrelated to the heart, a new study has claimed. Researchers investigated the effects of coffee and tea on cardiovascular (CV) mortality and non-CV mortality in a large French population at low risk of cardiovascular diseases.
12 Aug 2014
New York: Is your cup of hot coffee brimming with ingredients like starch syrup that are neither sweet nor flavorful? Worry not as a test to detect counterfeit coffee is here.
25 Aug 2014
New Delhi: Exhibitors at the ongoing 20th Delhi Book Fair are offering some wonderful gems at throwaway prices to ensure stock clearance and attract more footfalls. A brilliant coffee table book ‘India: Decorations, Interiors, Design’ by Henry Wilson is up for sale for Rs 600 while its original price is Rs 2,500.
05 Aug 2014
Washington: Ever wondered how some people can detect faint whiffs of coffee or wine within the complex mixture of flavours? Scientists led by an Indian-origin researcher may have found an answer!