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Longevity Linked To Regular Consumption Of Greek Coffee
2013-03-19 05:27:17

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online What you fill your coffee cup with every morning could be the secret to enjoying a long life, according to new research appearing in an upcoming edition of the journal Vascular Medicine. Gerasimos Siasos, a professor at the University of Athens Medical School, and colleagues set out to discover the secrets of the inhabitants of the Greek island Ikaria — home to the highest rates of longevity in the world. While only 0.1...

2011-08-29 03:32:38

  Could pistachio nuts be used to make a healthier, caffeine-free beverage that tastes like coffee? According to a Sunday article by Telegraph Science Correspondent Richard Gray, the answer might be yes. "It has caused coffee manufacturers sleepless nights: could there be a caffeine-free coffee which actually tastes like the real thing?" Gray asked. "The search for a stimulant-free alternative has often proven less than fruitful, with versions of the drink which lack not just...

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