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The Causes Of Acid Reflux Questioned

... in half the risk of developing acid reflux. Heavy coffee drinkers (around seven cups a day) were also about 40-percent less likely to develop acid reflux than those who drank one cup or none a day....

Consumption Of Coffee Found To Reduce Diabetes Risk

...ence for an inverse and graded association between coffee consumption and type-II (diabetes) independent of ...r, though it was possible that chlorogenic acid in coffee may indirectly help regulate blood glucose levels. Though studies looking at a direct link between...

Research unearths how caffeine prevents us from sleeping

Although it has been a known fact that caffeine in coffee can keep us awake, even when we feel sleepy, it wa...and sleep sets in. Caffeine, present in the tea or coffee we drink, stops the secretion of adenosine and people remain to stay awake. Increased neural activi...

Caffeine can interfere with PET scan results

Drinking coffee before having a PET scan may interfere with the re...ith the help of the tomography machine. Drinking coffee before having a PET scan will interfere with the results as caffeine can affect the myocardial uptak...

Avoid Coffee Before Undergoing PET/ CT scans

... going for PET or CT scan should avoid // drinking coffee as caffeine intake interferes with PET/CT image re...similar problem takes place when caffeine in the coffee is in circulation just before PET/CT scan. Caffeine is known to increase heart rate. Hence it is bes...

Drinking Coffee Might Have Another Benefit ...

Latest research shows that drinking coffee could decrease the risk of liver cancer.Researcher...ort studies that showed self-reported frequency of coffee consumption among more than 60,000 people. After adjustment for potential confounders, researchers...

Swallowing Exercises Helps With Cancer Treatment Recovery

...tients feel as if they have been drinking scalding coffee for weeks. Anticipating that the treatment may later cause difficulty swallowing, doctors usually order a temporary // feeding tube through the stomach wall. This however sometimes can cause more difficulty with swaloowing. But UAB head-and-neck sur...

The Link Between Caffeine Drinks And Obesity

...gar in soft drinks and caffeine in a brewed cup of coffee or lemonade on the first day and the alternative on the second day of testing. Lemonade contains around the same amount of sugar as energy drinks and is also carbonated but it contains no caffeine unlike cola drinks. The sugar in both drinks was abso...

More About The Coffee Bean Than Just A Heavenly Taste and Smell

...offee. There is more reason to celebrate for these coffee lovers now, with firm evidence from recent researc...and cancer. Besides keeping one alert and awake, coffee has been linked to an increasing number of potential health benefits, including protection against l...

New ultralight hand with better functionality and flexibility developed

...the hand know how tightly to grip an object like a coffee cup without dropping it, but not so tightly that it's crushed. It'll also have an integrated slip-sensor, which will tell the hand if something is beginning to slip out of its grip so it can grip slightly harder. It'll be quite a clever system." ...

Colas, Not Coffee, Linked To Hypertension In Women

... found “strong evidence to refute speculation that coffee consumption is associated with an increased risk o...althy bodies learn to tolerate a couple of cups of coffee daily. The study was based on analyses of 12 years of data on 33,077 cases of high blood pressure a...

Coffee In Pregnancy May Be Risky: Study

Pregnant women consuming over eight cups of coffee a day risk spontaneous abortion and stillbirth. A...study, fetal death was twice as likely among heavy coffee drinkers relative to pregnant // women who did not drink coffee. Adjusting for other risk factors ...

Stimulants like coffee can help in reducing liver disease

...se significantly by drinking more than two cups of coffee or tea daily//. This study is relevant in people ...s too soon to encourage patients to increase their coffee and tea intake, the findings of our study potentially offer people at high-risk for developing chron...

Caffeine Boosts Memory, Improves Attention Span

...d the amount of caffeine equivalent to two cups of coffee by performing Functional magnetic resonance imagin...s to about 76 milligrams of one and a half cups of coffee per day. The United States average is 238 milligrams or 41/2 cups of coffee everyday....

Besides keeping you awake for exams coffee boosts memory as well!

There is another feather in the coffee cap proposed by a study by Florian Koppelstatter, ...uck & colleagues which says that drinking a cup of coffee with 100 mg caffeine can boost short-term memory.// The sample and procedure for the study involved...

Caffeine pill to keep soldiers alert in the field

...ld by producing the stimulation enjoyed by regular coffee drinkers is being developed by defense scientists ...th some containing the equivalent of half a cup of coffee and others that of two cups. The differing doses will be tried on people with varying weights, ph...

Coffee Reduces Risk of Breast Cancer in BRCA1 Mutation Carriers

...ario, and colleagues monitored the relationship of coffee consumption and the risk of breast cancer in 1690 ...s also participated in this study. The quantity of coffee consumed by these women was recorded by giving them a questionnaire. The report says that women who ...

Caffeine: Stimulates Sexual Behaviour in Females

... females. But in case of humans most of them drink coffee which contributes to a moderate amount in their body and hence the effects of caffeine cannot be well analyzed. Whereas in case of rats they are not exposed to caffeine and when exposed show a significant increase in the sexual behaviour. The resea...

Coffee May Increase Female Libido

...d never been administered caffeine before. While coffee raises risks with regard to heart diseases, it has... react in the same manner. As many as 10 cups of coffee may be required for the same effect to be replicated in human beings. The experiment will also serve...

Coffee lovers: Here is news to cheer, Coffee may lower diabetes

... coffee, it as been found in a study that drinking coffee may lower diabetes risk. // But the catch is tha...es in US had linked drinking more than two cups of coffee or tea a day with reduction in high risk of chronic liver disease. This new study by Harvard Schoo...

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