The long-raging debate over hot coffee versus iced coffee may soon be settled with this news.
- Hot coffee is found to have high-levels of antioxidants, unlike cold brew.
- Coffee consumption means a decreased risk of liver disease, amongst others.
- Why this is remains somewhat unclear, but the data is piling up.
A new study explains why some people seem to be better than others at ridding their minds of intrusive thoughts.
Caffeine makes us feel more awake but also decreases our ability to taste sweetness
Scientists identify key compounds that may help prevent brain diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s as well as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Does a shot of espresso before walking into an exam make a difference?
While the dominant theme in education is focused on the current pick for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, and her vigilance in implementing voucher programs, not as much is being discussed regarding the broader conditions surrounding performance. For example, one argument states students should have later start times, given that teenagers have an especially hard time waking up in the morning. Proper sleep is a chronic elephant in the room in modern education.
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