The agency also says that drinking “very hot” beverages, including coffee, mate and teas heated to as much as 160 degree Fahrenheit, was “probably carcinogenic” because of the harm it poses the throat.
By Andrew Small
Genius, says author Eric Weiner, is not just born, it's created and cultivated, often in cities. And in 1900 Vienna, the coffee shop was imperative to cultivating the creativity necessary for genius.
By Paul Solman
Starbucks is pushing back against suggestions stoked by Republican presidential contender Donald Trump that this year's minimalist design for its holiday cups is a slap at Christmas.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Crumbs & Whiskers has everything you would expect of a typical café -- drinks, a selection of baked goods, and plenty of places to chill or work. They also have resident cats.
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
By Anna Christiansen
Is Java in the genes? New research from The Coffee and Caffeine Genetics Consortium has brought us closer than ever in the quest to understand why coffee affects people differently.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
The U.S. government is stepping up efforts to help Central American farmers fight a devastating coffee disease - and hold down the price of your morning cup.
By Justin Scuiletti
Your morning cup of coffee jumpstarts your memory. That’s according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, who have discovered that caffeine can improve memory for up to 24 hours. For the study, participants looked at a bunch of images. Five…
Known for it's scenic beauty but plagued by poverty, violence and malnutrition, Guatemala has the second largest indigenous population in the Western Hemisphere.
A casual decision between an iced coffee and a hot cappuccino could have lasting effects, and not just on calorie intake.
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