• Feeling anxious and irritable? Your daily coffee fix could be to blame
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    Krista Thurrott

    Feeling anxious and irritable? Your daily coffee fix could be to blame

    Coffee is most Brits' favourite way to start the day but are you taking your java love too far? Here's what to look for.

  • Here's why coffee doesn't actually help to sober you up
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    Marie Claire Dorking

    Here's why coffee doesn't actually help to sober you up

    Turns out caffeine doesn't cancel out the effects of too many Proseccos.

  • You're probably drinking coffee too early
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    Cosmo

    You're probably drinking coffee too early

    If you have your first coffee of the day pre-10am, you're doing it all wrong.

  • Coffee during pregnancy linked to childhood weight gain
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    Yahoo Style UK team

    Coffee during pregnancy linked to childhood weight gain

    Should pregnant women give up caffeine altogether?

  • Brits are drinking 95 million coffees, but just how does it affect our health?
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    Ciara Sheppard

    Brits are drinking 95 million coffees, but just how does it affect our health?

    We attempt to break down if coffee is actually good or bad for us...

  • The surprising way coffee can actually help you lose weight
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    Ciara Sheppard

    The surprising way coffee can actually help you lose weight

    Some people can’t function pre-10am without a cup of coffee.

  • Why you should never drink coffee first thing in the morning
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    Yahoo Style UK

    Why you should never drink coffee first thing in the morning

    Hands up, who else is guilty of this?

  • Drinking coffee might stop you from losing weight
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    Yahoo Style UK

    Drinking coffee might stop you from losing weight

    Is this why we always crave another slice of cake with our coffee?

  • Could drinking coffee help us to lose weight?
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    Yahoo Style UK

    Could drinking coffee help us to lose weight?

    Perhaps that coffee is giving you more than just a buzz.

  • As the great ketchup debate rages, here's 11 foods you really shouldn't keep in the fridge
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    Marie Claire Dorking

    As the great ketchup debate rages, here's 11 foods you really shouldn't keep in the fridge

    Sure, there are plenty more important things currently going on in the world, but the issue that’s whipped social media up into a frenzy is more of the #firstworldproblems variety…whether or not Tomato Ketchup should be stored in the fridge or a cupboard. The Great Ketchup Debate has once again been reignited thanks to supermarket chain Asda, which recently conducted a poll asking shoppers their views on the issue – and the results were pretty close with with 53 per cent opting to keep it in the fridge, while 47 per cent keep ketchup in the cupboard. If you’ve been hiding a chocolatey treat at the back of the fridge, you might want to take it out.

  • Yet another health benefit of coffee has been revealed
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    Lauren Sharkey

    Yet another health benefit of coffee has been revealed

    Researchers at Stanford University have managed to prove that a few extra cups of coffee can reduce – or even prevent – age-related inflammation in the body. Findings from 100 people showed that older participants had higher levels of an inflammatory protein called IL-1-beta than their younger counterparts. This protein can be responsible for a great number of health problems including a bigger risk of stiff arteries and high blood pressure.

  • What energy drinks do to your body
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    Alice Sholl

    What energy drinks do to your body

    Red Bull, Monster, Red Rooster – whatever energy drink it is you prefer, one thing’s for sure: they do a lot to our bodies to make us that energised. If you’re a regular energy drink guzzler, you’ve probably been building up a tolerance too – it takes seven to 12 days to become so and feel the effects less as a result.

  • 13 amazing facts you never knew about coffee
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    Alice Sholl

    13 amazing facts you never knew about coffee

    Whether you’re a flat white, cappuccino or skinny latte kind of person, one thing’s for certain: Caffeine is your groove. But besides giving you a handy (read: absolutely essential) boost in the mornings, there are many more amazing things every coffee lover should know about the drink. 7 Reasons You Should Absolutely Keep On Indulging Your Coffee Habit Here’s why you shouldn’t be drinking coffee in the morning

  • Here’s why you shouldn’t be drinking coffee in the morning
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    Marie-Claire Dorking

    Here’s why you shouldn’t be drinking coffee in the morning

    Nothing quite beats that first-thing caffeine fix. Research gathered by Ph.D candidate Steven Miller at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda and reported by Metro reveals that that the human body is on something called the circadian clock: a sort of 24-hour hormone cycle that is generally regulated by sunlight. At around 8 or 9 a.m., the day’s first dose of cortisol - a stress-related hormone that makes us feel alert and awake, in a similar way to caffeine – is released, then again between noon and 1 p.m., and then once more between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m.

  • This Is Not A Drill: The World Is Running Out Of Coffee
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    Marie-Claire Dorking

    This Is Not A Drill: The World Is Running Out Of Coffee

    The Climate Institute predicts that if global warming continues at its current rate, the amount of useable coffee farmland will have halved by 2050. Throw in fungi and pests like the Coffee Berry Borer (whose numbers are expected to ‘explode’) and coffee could actually be extinct by 2080.

  • 6 tips for feeling rested when you haven’t slept a wink
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    Melissa Dunne

    6 tips for feeling rested when you haven’t slept a wink

    I’m so tired, my mind is on the blink,” wrote John Lennon back in 1968. Many of us in 2016 can still relate to the lyrics Lennon wrote nearly 50 years ago.  Feeling less tired after a bad night’s rest is part art, part science.