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...s of Parkinson’s disease, notwithstanding smoking, coffee and alcohol intake. The findings have encouraged the authors to opine that there may be a neurobiological link that is causing the low sensation behavior, typical of the Parkinson character....

Coffee Increases Heart Attack Risk In Slow Caffeine Metabolizers

...lity of cardiovascular disease as a consequence of coffee consumption. The data available, regarding the health benefits and risks of coffee consumption, is however, controversial and inadequate. The enzyme cytochrome P450 1A2 (CYP1A2) is ...

Caffeine metabolism tied to heart attacks

... quite different than someone else. So, one cup of coffee for them might be the equivalent of four cups for the fast metabolizers." The team studied 2,014 patients who had suffered a first acute -- but non-fatal -- heart attack over a 10-year period with 2,014 healthy but otherwise similar controls. All ...

Gynecologist Solving SuDoKu, While Waiting For Next Patient

...etween two patients? Sit and read the paper, drink coffee - while we're paid, when we could be seeing patients," Dr Penman said. "It's very distressing, and it's completely unnecessary as far as I can see. I'm sitting there ready, willing and able to see patients." He added that he has reached the limit and...

Alcohol-illusion: Alcohol and Energy Drinks Combo, Maintains Sobriety?

...they were given a fruit juice, bread, cookies, and coffee before being dropped to their homes. Prior to the commencement of tests, breath alcohol tests were administered to prove sobriety. A battery of tests also followed, to check their co-ordination, visual reaction, self-rated drunkenness, etc. After ...

Heavy Coffee Drinking Doesn’t Cause Heart Disease: Stud

Now coffee drinkers can heave a sigh of relief as a new study has found that drinking more coffee per day doesn't affect the heart// in any way. According to foodconsumer.org, data on more than 12...

Secret Herb Could Tackle Hot Flushes And Night Sweats In Breast Cancer Patients

...ls again. Instead they are advised to cut out tea, coffee and nicotine, try alternative remedies or a certain type of anti-depressant. Professor Molassiotis said: 'It is hoped that the herbal remedy will be simpler and cheaper to take, as well as more effective, thus improving the lives of women who need ...

Coffee Bars: A Boon For China's Jobless Youths

...ves, can now heave a sigh of relief as mushrooming coffee bars across the country's metros offers them great...ew option - serving as baristas in the mushrooming coffee bars in the country's metros. According to a survey by China's ministry of labour and social secur...

Caffeine Content In Beverages To Be Identified By Home Test Kit

...est the caffeine content of beverages such as tea, coffee and soda may be commercially available//. You can ...centration of caffeine. In preliminary tests using coffee and cola, an experimental version of the test effectively distinguished caffeinated versions of thes...

Good News for Coffee Drinkers

... years of hearing about the ill effects of coffee, coffee drinkers finally have something to cheer about. A ...shown that people// who drink one to three cups of coffee are protected from heart disease to some extent. This research was part of the Iowa Women's Health ...

Café Coffee Day Plans To Open 500 Outlets By 200

Café Coffee Day, India’s premier retail chain of coffee cafes, on opening its 300th outlet in Mumbai on We...ave played a large role in firmly establishing the coffee café culture in our country," said Naresh Malhotra, director of the Amalgamated Bean Coffee Trading ...

Caffeine Makes People Persuade Easily

... laced with the caffeine equivalent of two cups of coffee before reading the argument about controversial topics. After having coffee they were again tested under non-distracting conditions and found caffeine increased, volunteers to ...

Coffee Stimulants Could Make us to Change The Attitude

Moderate amounts of coffee stimulants could increase our willingness to be persuaded to make us say yes, scientists assert//. Australian scientists led by Pearl Martin, from the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland, conducted two experiments involving about 1...

More Caffeine Could Mean a Greater Acceptance Tendency

... at the University of Queensland it was found that coffee can help to persuade someone to agree with your ideas // . The results of the study were published in the European Journal of Social Psychology. The study enquired about the people’s attitudes towards euthanasia before and after reading persuasive ar...

Coffee Drinking Associated with Lower Risk for Alcohol-Related Liver Disease

CHICAGO - Drinking coffee may be related to a reduced risk of developing the...ire to provide information about how much alcohol, coffee and tea they drank per day during the past year. Some of the individuals also had their blood teste...

Smell Decoding System In Brain –Research Find

... They analyzed scents as diverse as peanut butter, coffee and fresh bobcat urine shipped to the laboratory on dry ice. The researchers then exposed the mice to the original odor and its individual compounds. "We found that glomeruli, the functional units of the olfactory bulb, act as detectors for individ...

Diabetes risk offset with sips of coffee?

...own that those who indulged in six or more cups of coffee a day//, were benefited by a 3 percent reduction i...sk of type 2 diabetes, vis a vis those who avoided coffee completely. Though the scientists were not able to place their finger on the key factor in coffee t...

No More Dietary Restriction for Heartburn Patients - Study Says

... patients were on very bland diets and cutting out coffee and wine and everything that they enjoy - and basi...‘There were 14 studies that examined the effect of coffee on sphincter pressure and acidity in the esophagus, and none of them demonstrated a change after cof...

Women Benefit From Decaffeinated Coffee

... women who drank six cups or more of decaffeinated coffee are at a reduced risk of developing type 2 diabete...hers then tried to look for an association between coffee consumption and diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is found to affect about 18 million Americans. The patie...

Decaffeinated Coffee Might Protect Against Adult Onset Of Diabetes

... chemicals, which are found in rich amounts in the coffee bean may be effecting favourably the blood-sugar l... them almost about half drank one to three cups of coffee per day, with 2,875 of them drinking more than six cups, 5,554 claimed to drink four to five cups, a...

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