February 19, 2009 - Should we drink our coffee or smell it? That's the question scientists at the National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology are asking.
September 16, 2008 - In the past century the incidence of male pattern baldness (MPB) has significantly increased and according to many, part of the blame is due to the modernization of our society. Today, Western diets contain high concentrations of sugar, fat and animal protein, which according to researchers have all been correlated in some way to the increase in dihydroxytestosterone (DHT), a compound believed to cause male pattern baldness.
June 17, 2008 - A new study has good news for coffee drinkers: Regular coffee drinking (up to 6 cups per day) is not associated with increased deaths in either men or women. In fact, both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee consumption is associated with a somewhat smaller rate of death from heart disease.
June 26, 2007 - These latest findings also suggest that the antioxidants present in coffee can also lower the risk of heart disease and cirrhosis of the liver.
March 15, 2007 - Those suffering from gastroesophageal reflux disease or commonly known as GERD may be pleased to hear that Folgers has launched a new line of coffee called "Simply Smooth". According to Folgers, approximately 35 million to 40 million Americans say they have cut back on coffee consumption or eliminated it because of stomachs problems.
February 23, 2007 - A Spanish study has found coffee, known as a source of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds, also contains high levels of soluble dietary fiber.
January 13, 2007 - Next time you're on your way home from the gym, grab yourself a cup of coffee. New research show that drinking a couple of cups of coffee may mitigate the pain from strenuous workouts in women.