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Coffee’s competition boasts tons of health perks—but you do need to sip wisely.
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Superfoods are still good for you; you just have to pick the right ones for brain health, emerging research suggests.
A recent study examined the effects of spices not for just their antioxidant power, but also their ability to rev your metabolism after a meal.
The health benefits of tea lead some to consider it the healthiest beverage of all.
Food safety research finds that certain spices can protect you against carcinogenic compounds that are created in meat while it cooks.
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A new study finds that nondairy creamer slows absorption of key coffee antioxidants.
Coffee not only tastes great with baked goods, desserts, and other foods, it tastes great in them.