Coffee leaf tea: A healthier option? – Examiner.com

While caffeine addicts pray that researchers would find great news that coffee or tea wards off illness, especially during the nasty flu season, scientists at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, London, and the Joint Research Unit for Crop Diversity, Adaptation and Development in Montpellier have discovered a potentially healthier option to two of the most widely used (ahem, or …

Coffee Makes You a Better Writer, Study Indicates – eMaxHealth

It’s a well-known fact that a cup of coffee or two in the morning gives us the energy push we need to clear our minds and get busy on a project. In fact, psychology researchers from Tufts University have recently published a paper in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied that caffeine is particularly a great stimulant that enhances a …

Have another cup of coffee – it’s good for you! – Forbes

My favorite science studies are the ones that tell us that what we’re already doing is good for us. This story fits the bill. In the American Journal of Epidemiology this month, Janet Hildebrand and colleagues reported on a large study looking at the effects of coffee on throat cancers. Let’s get right to the good news: drinking coffee seems to reduce your risk …

Health Benefits of Coffee

A good cup of coffee tastes and smells great, and for many coffee drinkers, it may even help them get out of the bed in the morning, but there are health benefits of coffee that are even more important to consider. Compared to non-coffee drinkers, coffee drinkers have some interesting health statistics that may surprise you. Coffee drinkers are less …