Archive for February, 2018

Coffee Drinkers: Seven types of Coffee Lovers

Saturday, February 17th, 2018

Coffee is the first thing many people reach for in the morning. For many others it is a leisurely coffee experience, something they do to relax, unwind or while socializing with friends. Not everyone drinks coffee for the same reason, with tastes and preferences varying widely between serious coffee lovers. There are typically classic kinds […]

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Drinking Coffee Could Protect Colon Cancer Patients

Friday, February 16th, 2018

Charles Fuchs, the lead researcher for a coffee-related study at the Gastrointestinal Cancer Center at Dana-Frber, recently stated that individuals who drank coffee had a significantly lower risk of recurring cancer and a higher survival rate. For this study, the research team worked with about 1,000 patients who all had a Stage 3 colon cancer […]

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Opening A Line Of Credit…With Starbucks?

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

We all have that friend who acts like they would die without their morning coffee. They all seem to have their favorite coffee shop and for thousands of Americans every day this involves a trip to Starbucks. Despite its popularity, the popular coffee shop has seen sales slow year over year versus the growth they […]

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Lime Crime-The Renowned Makeup Company

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Lime Crime is a makeup company that was founded by Doe Deere in 2008 at Los Angeles. Doe Deere established the company because she felt different and wanted the bright and unusual colors but were hard to find by during that time. This was because the beauty industry at the time only concentrated on the […]

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Scientists Suggests that Four Cups of Coffee Daily Could Be Good for Your Health

Wednesday, February 14th, 2018

If you’re among the 93,000 people who were diagnosed with colon cancer in the past year, it’s a good idea to add more coffee to your diet. A study conducted by the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute recently revealed that consuming four or more cups of coffee on a regular basis can prevent the recurrence of colon […]

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The Chocolate, Espresso and Whipped Cream Drink At NYC’s King Restaurant Is Quite Delightful

Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

The tasty combination of coffee and chocolate produces the delightful flavor known as mocha. Being a big fan of all things mocha, I was glad to read a recent Grub Street article that tells about a new chocolate-espresso beverage that is available at King restaurant in New York City. The appealing mocha beverage at King […]

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A More Friendly Coffee Run

Monday, February 12th, 2018

The British government is cracking down on its’ coffee culture. The caffeine boost has proven ethical, but the unrecyclable cup is not as environmentally friendly. The House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee in Parliament suggests a tax on coffee cups, claiming that the money will aid in paying for waste management and recycling facilities. An […]

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Research Suggests Coffee Is Beneficial

Sunday, February 11th, 2018

At some point many individuals have woken up in the morning yearning for a nice cup of coffee. When coffee is made the wonderful aroma of coffee lingers in the area. To some individuals coffee has become an essential beverage in one’s life on a daily basis. On the go or enjoyed in the comfort […]

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Should Coffee in California Come with a Cancer Warning?

Saturday, February 10th, 2018

An ongoing lawsuit in California argues that coffee purveyors should have to warn consumers of the presence of a potential cancer-causing chemical in their beverages, reports CNN. The lawsuit was filed by the non-profit Council for Education and Research on Toxics (CERT) in 2010 on the basis of a law in California that requires manufacturers […]

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The Greg Secker Foundation

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Greg Secker is an entrepreneur who is likewise an author, leadership speaker, and financial whiz. His Foundation, Greg Secker Foundation, has been a part of numerous social projects around the globe. In 2013, after the destructive typhoon hit Iloilo, he was made aware of the housing rehabilitation program organized by Rosario Sanico, a Filipina. Through […]

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