People who drink four to six cups of coffee daily may be less likely to get multiple sclerosis, according to international research out Thursday.
Researchers at the University of Brasilia (UnB) and Brazil's state-owned agriculture and livestock research company Embrapa have discovered a protein in coffee with effects similar to morphine.
Drinking four cups of coffee a day can have a protective effect against skin cancer according to a latest study
Coffee drinkers may face lower risk of melanoma, as a new study has suggested that it may have a protective effect against the skin cancer.
Dating app Vee has launched a contest that gives its users an opportunity to win a coffee date with Mr.India Prateek Jain and former Miss India Vanya Mishra.
In a new study, scientists have investigated whether the people respond differently to caffeinated drinks that do or do not have sugar.
A new survey has revealed that coffee drunk from a white cup tastes less sweet and more bitter, than drinking from a clear or blue mug.
Can the colour of the mug influence the taste of your coffee? Yes, say researchers, suggesting that coffee tastes more intense when served in a white cup.
A new study has demonstrated that drinking 3-5 cups of coffee might help in lowering the risk of Alzheimer's disease by up to 20 percent.
A new study has demonstrated that a compound found in coffee may help prevent obesity-related disease.
Regular, moderate consumption of filtered, decaffeinated coffee may decrease an individual's risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, promising research indicates.
The way in which we eat food influences our body odour as well as our breath.
Researchers have found six new genetic variants that determine how humans react to caffeine.
Smartphones are soon to control every inch of our life, so why not coffee?
On the occasion of International Coffee Day Monday, small-screen actors like Vivian Dsena and Sharad Kelkar talk about their favourite beverage.
Pests and diseases such as coffee berry borer, coffee rust and leaf spot disease could make a strong comeback due to drastic climate change, a scientist has warned.
Even before sipping their morning cup of tea or coffee, a third of smartphone users in Britain look at their device within five minutes of waking up, according to a survey by the professional services firm Deloitte.
An international team of researchers on Thursday released the sequenced genome of coffee, saying it could help improve the flavor of one of the world`s most popular beverages.
A new study has revealed that drinking tea helps in curbing non-cardiovascular mortality by 24 percent.
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