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Brooklyn's New 'Coffee' Lovers: Tots

Decaf 'babyccinos' a hit in Park Slope

(Newser) - Coffee: It's not just for grownups anymore. Brooklyn's Park Slope neighborhood is offering toddlers their own "babyccinos"—and the kids are loving it, the New York Daily News reports. At a little more than $1 per cup, the hot frothed-milk drinks—which have no coffee in... More »

How to Make the Most of Your Coffee

First, cream your addiction

(Newser) - Caffeine can offer more than a quick high and a comedown—if you know how to use it right. Step one is to start clean, writes Kevin Purdy at Fast Company : Ease yourself completely off coffee over about 10 days. That may mean some headaches and groggy mornings at first.... More »

Coffee, Tea Lower Risk of Diabetes

Just drink 4 cups a day; decaf works, too

(Newser) - Consuming four cups a day of coffee, tea, or even decaf dramatically lowers the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, researchers say. In 18 studies that covered a whopping half-million people, coffee drinkers lowered their risk of diabetes by 7% per cup, Bloomberg reports. More research is needed, but the... More »

Starbucks Will Cut Back on Afternoon Decaf

(Newser) - This one ranks among the more unusual consequences of the slow economy: Those who drink decaffeinated coffee at Starbucks may have to wait longer for an afternoon fix. The company is going to stop brewing fresh pots of decaf every 30 minutes after noon because of low demand, Bloomberg reports.... More »

Coffee May Cut Heart Attacks

Women who drank 3 cups daily suffered 25% fewer fatal episodes

(Newser) - Regular coffee drinking has been linked to a reduced risk of fatal heart attacks, according to a new study of the health effects of coffee. Women who regularly drank three cups of coffee a day had a 25 percent lower risk of death from heart disease than women who didn't... More »

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