Great news, coffee lovers! Coffee is good for so many things -- not just your mornings.
That morning cuppa is a must-have for many people. And now it looks like java fans may have a healthy reason to pour another cup.
The average American consumes about 200 milligrams of caffeine a day (the amount in about two servings of coffee), and chances
In the new research, Guallar and colleagues at the Kangbuk Samsung Hospital in Seoul, South Korea, studied more than 25,000
Researchers were able to link the low mortality rate to the rate of coffee consumption, also finding a correlation between
There really can't be any adult in this great big world that has never tried coffee. It's consumed everywhere, and judging by the amount of Starbucks locations in the United States alone, (in 2012, there were 10,924!) we love our caffeine.
Coffee could reduce your chances of getting skin cancer (if you're a woman). Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical
Coffee, especially caffeinated coffee, may provide a myriad of health benefits, but the jury is still out. Drinking coffee in moderation is safe, but don't be fooled by sweetened beverages with coffee flavor. It's the coffee bean, not the cream and sugar, that may be good for you!
Keep drinking your morning cup of joe, coffee drinkers. Aside from a jolt of energy, caffeinated coffee may lower the suicide risk in men and women by 50 percent, Harvard researchers indicated in a recent study.
However, as the researchers indicated in the study, moderation is still key. (Though caffeine intoxication was already a
If you drink coffee, I have some bad news and some good news. The bad news is that the more cups of coffee you drink, the higher your risk of dying early. The good news is that if you "risk adjust," then the more cups of coffee you drink, the lower your risk of dying early. Let me explain.