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Filtered <strong>coffee</strong> keeps diabetes at bay

Filtered coffee keeps diabetes at bay

14 Nov 2014

London: Regular, moderate consumption of filtered, decaffeinated coffee may decrease an individual's risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, promising research indicates.

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<strong>Coffee</strong> could prevent weight gain

Coffee could prevent weight gain

15 Nov 2014

London: A chemical compound commonly found in coffee may help prevent weight gain and also fight some obesity-related diseases, finds new research.

chemical compound,   commonly found in coffee,   prevent weight gain,   fight obesity-related,   diseases,   ,  
Decaffeinated <strong>coffee</strong> good for liver

Decaffeinated coffee good for liver

10 Oct 2014

New York: Drinking decaffeinated coffee is good for your liver, shows a study. Higher coffee consumption, regardless of caffeine content, was linked to lower levels of abnormal liver enzymes.

Decaffeinated coffee,   liver,   caffeine content,   liver enzymes,   diabetes,   cardiovascular disease,   fatty liver disease,  
Scanomat creates <strong>coffee</strong> system controlled by smartphone

Scanomat creates coffee system controlled by smartphone

07 Oct 2014

London: Smartphones are soon to control every inch of our life, so why not coffee?A Danish company, Scanomat, has created a coffee system controlled by a smartphone.

Smartphones,   Coffee,   Scanomat,   Coffee system,   Top Brewer,  
SoftBank's humanoid robot lands job as Nescafe salesman

SoftBank's humanoid robot lands job as Nescafe salesman

29 Oct 2014

Nestle SA will enlist a thousand humanoid robots to help sell its coffee makers at electronics stores across Japan, becoming the first corporate customer for the chatty, bug-eyed androids unveiled in June by tech conglomerate SoftBank Corp.

Nestle,   Nestle coffee,   Humanoid robots,   Electronics stores,   Japan,   Corporate customer,   Android,   SoftBank Corporation,  
Genes decide if you will love <strong>coffee</strong> or not

Genes decide if you will love coffee or not

08 Oct 2014

New York: In a first, researchers have identified six new genetic variants associated with habitual coffee drinking, suggesting why some people love to have coffee while others hate to sip it.

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Have a <strong>coffee</strong> via your smartphone!

Have a coffee via your smartphone!

07 Oct 2014

London: Smartphones are soon to control every inch of our life, so why not coffee? A Danish company, Scanomat, has created a coffee system controlled by a smartphone.

coffee,   smartphone,   Top Brewer,   coffee grinder,   milk,   Top Brewer,  
Indigenous Meghalaya beverages a hit among tourists

Indigenous Meghalaya beverages a hit among tourists

06 Oct 2014

Shillong: The picturesque hill state of Meghalaya, boasting of forests and meadows, also takes pride in its indigenous culture running for centuries with cuisine being an integral part.

Meghalaya,   beverages,   Cha khoo,   Sha shiahkrot,   coffee,   rice,  
Melatonin intake may help combat obesity, diabetes

Melatonin intake may help combat obesity, diabetes

04 Oct 2014

London: Chronic consumption of melatonin, a hormone found in animals, plants, and microbes, helps combat obesity and type-two diabetes, says a study.

Melatonin,   obesity,   diabetes,   hormone,   microbes,   type-two diabetes,   tea,   coffee,  
Music can distract fatigued drivers

Music can distract fatigued drivers

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.

Music,   fatigued drivers,   coffee,   caffeinated beverages,   caffeine,   drivers,  

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