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Study: Drinking coffee fends off diabetes

Good news for coffee drinkers: If you're a long-term caffeine user, you might be less likely to develop diabetes than people who don't drink coffee at all. The anti-inflammatory effect of the drink might be the reason for this outcome, according to a new study published in Nature's European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

Do you love coffee? You should probably be drinking even more

Unless you're drinking at least three cups of coffee a day, you should consider upping your java habit. The US dietary guidelines advisory committee, which makes recommendations to the Food and Drug Administration and other federal agencies, released a report this week that points to the health benefits and minimal risks of drinking three to five cups of coffee...

How to hack your coffee habit to improve your focus and decrease anxiety

The world's most consumed psychoactive substance is popular for a good reason-it clears your head, improves focus and gets your body going. But coffee has downsides too. It can increase anxiety and affect sleep. The psychiatrists' bible, DSM-V, came very close to classifying caffeine-use disorder as a mental health problem, much like alcohol-use disorder.

The Case for Drinking as Much Coffee as You Like

Every reason to justify it Please consider disabling it for our site, or supporting our work in one of these ways Subscribe Now > The most recent findings that support coffee as a panacea will make their premiere this December in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.