Is Black Coffee Good For Your Heart? Studies Say YesResearchers analyzed self-reported dietary information from the original Framingham Heart Study.
National Coffee Day: Where To Find A Free Cup And Other Deals On TuesdayTuesday is National Coffee Day in America, and there are deals to be had.
Study Finds Preference For Tea Or Coffee Could Be GeneticWhether you're inclined to choose coffee or green tea for your morning boost could be determined by your genes, a recent study found.
Coffee Could Help Fight Body Fat, New Research SuggestsDrinking coffee could activate the body's fat-fighting defenses, a discovery that could have potential implications in the battle against obesity and diabetes.
Up To 25 Cups Of Coffee A Day Still Safe For Heart Health, Study SaysCoffee lovers might be able to breathe a sigh of relief.
Best Coffee Roasteries In BostonLooking for a piping hot, fresh roasted cup of coffee or espresso? Boston has a number of coffee roasteries specializing in just that.
Can Just The Sight Of Coffee Perk You Up? Study Says 'Yes'Can just the sight of coffee give you the same stimulating effects as drinking it? Research from the University of Toronto says "yes."
The World's Most Popular Coffee Species Are Going Extinct; Scientists Say We Are To BlameNew research shows 60% of coffee species found in the wild could soon go extinct.
Researchers Say Dark Roast Coffee May Help Protect Brain From DiseaseDark roast coffee may have an added health benefit.
Is Hot Coffee Healthier Than Cold Brew Coffee?Researchers in Philadelphia found that hot brew coffee has higher levels of antioxidants.
Dunkin' Going After Starbucks Customers With High-End EspressoDunkin' is leaning into fancy coffee.
Coffee May Help You Live Longer, Study FindsGo ahead and have that cup of coffee, maybe even several more. New research shows it may boost chances for a longer life.
Not All People Respond To Caffeine The SameAs it turns out, some people may be more sensitive to caffeine than others, probably due to genetics.
Drinking Coffee Can Reduce Death RisksStudies show drinking three cups of coffee a day can reduce your risk of dying from all causes by 17 percent.
National Coffee Day: Where To Get A Free Cup & More Deals Around BostonHere's where you can score a discounted or even free coffee on Friday.