Category Archives: Coffee

Asia to nullify Obama climate plan: Coal burning set to explode

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Magical Food: Does Greek coffee hold the key to a longer life?

Only 0.1% of Europeans live to be over 90, yet on the Greek island of Ikaria, the figure is 1%. Continue reading

Magical Food: Coffee decreases risk of death

“A large study of nearly half a million older adults followed for about 12 years revealed a clear trend: As coffee drinking increased, the risk of death decreased.” Continue reading

William Yeatman: Sen. Lamar Alexander’s Payoff

In mid-June, Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) led the opposition against S. J. Res. 37, legislation that would have blocked EPA’s all pain, no gain Utility Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) regulation. Continue reading

Ian Musgrave: Longer Life Through Coffee Drinking?

There is a persistent belief that drinking coffee is bad for you. Some alternative medicine systems eschew all coffee drinking (but are enthusiastic about coffee enemas). Certainly if you overindulge the sleeplessness and tremors will remind you of the perils of too much of a good thing. Continue reading

Drink coffee, live longer: study

It may be nectar of the Gods (to some) but no, it is not a magical food Continue reading

Australia’s insane Greens leader demonstrates his economic illiteracy

This is the Tasmanian twit pulling the strings, puppeteering the “Gillard government” – and the reason rational Australians are hanging out for its collapse Continue reading

NIH: Study shows caffeine consumption linked to estrogen changes

Will Starbucks be tobacco-ized for causing endometriosis, osteoporosis, and endometrial, breast, and ovarian cancers? Continue reading

Coffee prevents endometrial cancer?

News from the magical food front. Continue reading

Oh… now they’re threatening the coffee supply

Never mind the hand wringer, check the following futures item while you sit down with your favorite brew Continue reading

Coffee prevents Lou Gehrig’s Disease?

Could this be a result that we (gasp) find interesting? Continue reading