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Joining the Gym? Drink Coffee

A recent study finds that a cup of coffee after exercise can reduce soreness//. This find...s colleagues observed nine women who neither drank coffee nor exercised regularly. On the first two days after an exercise session that caused moderate sorene...

Coffee Could Help Cure Baldness

Drinking coffee could help cure baldness as caffeine blocks the effects of a chemical known to damage hair, say researchers//. Tobias Fischer of the University of Jena in Germany took scalp biopsies from 14 men in the early stages of hair loss. He extracted hair fo...

Coffee Addicts With Baby, Take Heart

...ith the groups given decaffeinated and caffeinated coffee respectively. The members of each group were unawa...reviously done a study that positively linked high coffee consumption (more than 8 cups a day) and stillbirth, "About three cups of coffee a day is OK but wom...

Moderate Coffee Does Not Affect Pregnancy

...ious studies have suggested that drinking a lot of coffee during pregnancy could affect// the baby’s birth w...nitial stages of pregnancy who drank three cups of coffee a day. They were divided into two groups, with 568 of them drinking instant coffee with caffeine and...

US Student Raising Funds For Cancer-Ridden Indian American

... Patel, the 22-year-old son of a university campus coffee shop owner, has been diagnosed with acute myelogen... Gujarat in India to the US in 1991 and opened the coffee shop in 2003. Both Hill and Pierce developed close ties with the Patels as they were frequent cust...

Coffee: Is It Good or Bad for You?

...h antioxidant content, researchers have found that coffee is quite high in antioxidants. Antioxidants are ge... Reduced risk of diabetes: It appears that routine coffee consumption, particularly decaffeinated coffee, substantially lowers your risk of type 2 diabetes. ...

Grape Expectations for Healthier Wine

...s, natural compounds found in red wine, chocolate, coffee and many fruits, are believed to help prevent a variety of diseases including cancer and neurodegeneration. Source-Eurekalert...

Coffee-time for Those Listening to Their Heart

...efits of coffee, and especially on the relation of coffee with heart diseases. Scientists working with t... team found that women who drank 5 or more cups of coffee (java variety) per week had a 32 percent reduced risk of having a heart attack compared with women w...

Pepsi to Put Caffeine Content on Labels

...ation have urged the FDA to require soft drink and coffee makers to list caffeine content on labels," said CSPI yesterday, in a letter to Coca-Cola's president and chief operating officer, Muhtar Kent. "Until FDA acts, we believe that every food company whose foods contain caffeine, whether it occurs natu...

Sex – Three Hundred Years Ag

...s rough-and-ready alehouses to the city’s thriving coffee houses, which weren't quite the focus of polite society in the way we sometimes think," she explained. "Some texts even came as questions and answers and were clearly intended for groups of men to read together, with one asking the questions and the ...

MIT Biologists Solve Vitamin Puzzle

...rotein after Taga told him about her research over coffee one day. The protein structure he developed clearly shows the 'pocket' of BluB where the DMB synthesis reaction takes place. Still to be explored is the question of why soil bacteria synthesize B12 at all, Walker said. Soil microorganisms don't req...

Breakthrough in Converting Blood Groups

...he early 1980s, with the discovery of an enzyme in coffee beans that removes B antigens from red blood cells. The newly discovered bacterial 'B' enzyme is nearly 1,000 times more efficient than the coffee-bean B enzyme. The additional discovery of an enzyme to remove A antigens means that all blood types ...

Diet May Play Vital Role to Help Smokers Quit

... the taste of cigarettes, while consuming alcohol, coffee and meat enhanced their taste, according to the scientists. The findings could lead to a "Quit Smoking Diet" or to development of a gum or lozenge that makes cigarettes less palatable, said lead study investigator Joseph McClernon, Ph.D., an assis...

Smoking and Caffeine Inversely Associated With Parkinson's Disease

...ives," the authors write. "Increasing intensity of coffee drinking was inversely associated with Parkinson's disease. Increasing dosage and intensity of total caffeine consumption were also inversely associated, with high dosage presenting a significant inverse association with Parkinson's disease." There w...

New Research on the Effects of Smoking and Coffee on Parkinson's Disease

...new study seems to portray benefits of smoking and coffee as a preventive measure against Parkinson's diseas...n's patients. The victims did not smoke or consume coffee as against their family members who smoked, consumed caffeine and enjoyed Parkinson free life. This ...

Fluids Could Aid in Weight Loss

...of sparkling water and fruit juice. Consumption of coffee and black tea should be kept at moderate levels - no more than two to three cups a day. Beer lovers need not fully strike the beverage from their evening diet, but beer is a poor thirst quencher and contains a lot of calories. Source-IANS/V...

Doctors in UK Promoting Awareness of Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease

... large, high-fat meals and bedtime snacks · limit coffee intake · reduce alcohol consumption · stop smoking. If the symptoms are not frequent - less than five times a month - they can be treated with over-the-counter medications such as antacids and histamine antagonists (drugs to counter histamines). ...

Students of Texas A&M University Going Trans-Fat Free

...staurants and food court specialties, to snack and coffee bars. Yet, this is not the end of the meal dished out by Texas A &M University. There is now the option of local grown and organic farm produce for the especially health savvy. Says Gary Arthur, Texas A & M's Senior Executive Chef, who is unders...

New Health Drink—Coffe

...a health drink, but new studies have revealed that coffee can be quite beneficial. Drinking coffee wards off Type 2 diabetes// and some kind of cancers too. Some experts believe that it can also lowe...

Take Precautions Before You Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet

... kitty litter or a solid kitchen substance such as coffee grounds, before placing in a sealed plastic bag to be tossed in the trash. This reduces the risk of poisoning for children and/or pets. Remove and destroy all identifying personal information (prescription label) from the medication container. Ch...

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