People who drink coffee regularly may be protected against malignant melanoma, the leading cause of skin-cancer death in the U.S.
As you sip your morning cup of Joe just know that one or more creatures likely had sex in it.
Sleep science takes a turn for the paradoxical, as new research shows your 20-30 minute power nap can be greatly enhanced by coffee, of all things.
Eight genes influence our preferences for a cup o' Joe.
The coffee genome has been sequenced, shedding light on genes responsible for the kick, flavor and aroma of the ever-popular beverage.
What's the hot new food "thing"? Buttered coffee, that's what. Or, that's the idea anyway. Tara has the skinny on a new brew that some think holds promise as a weight-loss and well-being beverage.
Need to remember something? Drink some coffee! Trace tells you about a new study that explores how caffeine strengthens your memory.
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