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Drinking three cups of coffee a day may increase migraine risk, says study

Afflicting more than one billion adults worldwide, migraine is the third most prevalent illness in the world, said researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in the US.

Planning a weekend trip to Coorg? Stay away as heavy rain and landslides reported

Last year Kodagu district was devastated by flood and landslides during the rainy season. As per the predictions by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on heavy rain in the district, an orange alert has been declared in Kodagu on August 6 and red alert from August 7 to 10.

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How to make authentic filter coffee at home (with tips)

The filter kaapi or the brew-drip coffee is known to hold a special place for many coffee lovers.

Is cold brew better than iced coffee?

Once found primarily in the trendiest coffee shops and kitchens of adventurous home baristas, cold brew iced coffee has become a year-round staple. Chains like Starbucks and Dunkin’ have added the drink to their permanent menus.

Drinking coffee may not cause stiff arteries, says study

The study, by researchers from the Queen Mary University of London in the UK, of over 8,000 people debunks previous studies that claimed drinking coffee increases arterial stiffness.

Scorching heat and downpours threaten quality of coffee produce in Brazil

Over the last two years, record exports from Brazil have contributed to a global glut and helped depress prices. In the last few days, adverse weather in the South American nation has fueled an arabica rally.

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How drinking coffee improves bowel movement

Coffee has long been known to increase bowel movement, but researchers have not pinpointed the specific reason or mechanism.

More than six cups of coffee per day can affect heart health: Study

The study analysed the data of 347,077 people, aged 37–73, of whom 8,368 were diagnosed with cardiovascular disease.

California cafe touts its $75 coffee as the world's priciest

A California cafe is touting its pricey new brew as the world's most expensive coffee — at $75 a cup

Coffee addicts are more sensitive to the smell of coffee, says study

The results, published in the journal Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, could open the door to potential new ways of using aversion therapy to treat people addicted to substances with a distinct smell, such as tobacco and cannabis.

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