According to Kew’s study, about 70 years from now, coffee might be gone, well, sort of, here’s the quote:

The worst case scenario, as drawn from our analyses, is that wild Arabica could be extinct by 2080. This should alert decision makers to the fragility of the species.

According to Kew’s study, about 70 years from now, coffee might be gone, well, sort of, here’s the quote:

The worst case scenario, as drawn from our analyses, is that wild Arabica could be extinct by 2080. This should alert decision makers to the fragility of the species.

Similar concept of the AeroPress plunging mechanism but instead of pushing the water out, water goes back into the plunger that acts as the inner wall of the cup. The outside container stores the ground coffee and also is the outer wall of a tumbler. Quite ingenious invention, the Impress Coffee Brewer by Gamila Company on Kickstarter, $66K so far and still have more than 20 days left.

Similar concept of the AeroPress plunging mechanism but instead of pushing the water out, water goes back into the plunger that acts as the inner wall of the cup. The outside container stores the ground coffee and also is the outer wall of a tumbler. Quite ingenious invention, the Impress Coffee Brewer by Gamila Company on Kickstarter, $66K so far and still have more than 20 days left.

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Jay Chou Coffee Stain Portrait

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NewScientist’s study on coffee’s ability to improve short-term memory and reaction times now has an app called Caffeine Zone for iOS developed by Frank Ritter and Kuo-Chuan Yeh of ACS Labs at Penn State. 
The app tracks and predicts caffeine levels over 24-hours period so you can pinpoint when would be the best time to play Fruit Ninja with your improved reaction times.

NewScientist’s study on coffee’s ability to improve short-term memory and reaction times now has an app called Caffeine Zone for iOS developed by Frank Ritter and Kuo-Chuan Yeh of ACS Labs at Penn State. 

The app tracks and predicts caffeine levels over 24-hours period so you can pinpoint when would be the best time to play Fruit Ninja with your improved reaction times.

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GMCR 10-day moving average crossed over $49 (2.2M shares) means prices might go up.

GMCR 10-day moving average crossed over $49 (2.2M shares) means prices might go up.

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Starbucks adding beer and wine to the menu.

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How coffee changed America.

How coffee changed America.

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From lowering the risk of cancer to curing cancer, caffeine has been given much credits through research in 2011. This month, Harvard Health Letter published a summary about benefits and the darker side of caffeine.
Though not definitive but definitely, caffeine has potential benefits: Alzheimer’s disease, cancer (endometrial, prostate, estrogen-negative breast), diabetes, heart attack, liver disease, Parkinson’s disease, and stroke.
Coffee might increase LDL cholesterol level when not filtered out the oily substances called cafestol and kahweol. So if you worry about cholesterol, get rid of your French press and Turkish coffee maker.

From lowering the risk of cancer to curing cancer, caffeine has been given much credits through research in 2011. This month, Harvard Health Letter published a summary about benefits and the darker side of caffeine.

Though not definitive but definitely, caffeine has potential benefits: Alzheimer’s disease, cancer (endometrial, prostate, estrogen-negative breast), diabetes, heart attack, liver disease, Parkinson’s disease, and stroke.

Coffee might increase LDL cholesterol level when not filtered out the oily substances called cafestol and kahweol. So if you worry about cholesterol, get rid of your French press and Turkish coffee maker.

Coffee Common putting up a popup store in NYC for the price of $5 you can sample some of the best coffee.

Coffee Common putting up a popup store in NYC for the price of $5 you can sample some of the best coffee.

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Chinese scientists reported that drinking 4 or more cups of coffee could reduce the risk of Type 2 Diabetes by 50%. Why? Because coffee has substances that block human islet amyloid polypeptide (hIAPP) which causes the disease.
Image of hIAPP from University of Wisconsin

Chinese scientists reported that drinking 4 or more cups of coffee could reduce the risk of Type 2 Diabetes by 50%. Why? Because coffee has substances that block human islet amyloid polypeptide (hIAPP) which causes the disease.

Image of hIAPP from University of Wisconsin

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