Nov 27, 2019 AM EST Scientists at Oregon State University may have proven how much people love coffee, tea, chocolate, soda and energy drinks as they validated their new method for studying how different drugs interact ...
Apr 11, 2017 AM EDT A study on old books reveals that most people identify them to be smelling like chocolates or coffee. Researchers develop a Historic Book Odour Wheel in hope to help conservationists identify the ...
Mar 09, 2017 AM EST Sodium azide was found in the coffee machine at Yale's School of Medicine.
Feb 01, 2017 AM EST Here are the tips to help you get your coffee fix while staying on a college student budget.
Jan 26, 2017 AM EST Two students from Northumbria University were left to fight for survival after ingesting a very high dose of caffeine in a failed class experiment.
Jan 25, 2017 AM EST Coffee lover here is a good news for you; a study suggests that your obsession with your favorite cup of coffee can extend your life.
Jan 18, 2017 AM EST Stanford University researchers discover one more reason to like coffee: it helps block disease-causing inflammation in old age.
Dec 19, 2016 AM EST Another study has shown that drinking three to five cups of coffee every day can reduce the risk of Alzheimer's by 65%
Dec 14, 2016 AM EST If you want to avoid suffering from the after effects of drinking wine, drink 2 cups of coffee, according to research.
Dec 03, 2016 AM EST Schultz will hand over his chief executive role to COO Kevin Johnson but will remain with Starbucks as executive chairman.
Nov 17, 2016 AM EST If you love coffee, here is a helpful scientific approach you can use to making the perfect blend for your cup of coffee.
Apr 18, 2016 AM EDT All you coffee lovers out there could now rejoice with this new findings about caffeine's link to heart problems. It is not that bad!
Jun 17, 2014 AM EDT University of Bath researchers have generated "green" biofuel from coffee waste that could be used to power vehicles in future.
Apr 25, 2014 AM EDT Increasing coffee consumption by one and a half cups daily reduces the occurrence of type 2 diabetes by 11 percent, according to a Harvard University study.
Jan 13, 2014 AM EST Coffee helps retain information for at least a day after it is consumed, according to a John Hopkins University study.