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Many people are dependent on their morning coffee or tea, perhaps a little more dependent than they'd like to be. But for some, it's causing a larger health issue.
There may be a new excuse for you to fuel your addiction throughout the day. Drinking coffee or tea may improve your long-term memory, if you consume it after the event you want to remember.
A customer loyalty card-of-sorts is creating quite a buzz among D.C.'s coffee drinkers.
For coffee and tea lovers who like their hot beverage just right, this might be the mug to end all mugs.
If you brew coffee at home but you're not happy with the taste, don't be bitter.
Hormones may dictate the best time of day to drink some java.
A daily cup of coffee may be able to do more than offer a caffeine boost, it might help reduce the risk of liver cancer, according to a new study.
It all starts out the same: the grinding, the brewing, the waiting. But it's what you do to your coffee after pouring that matters.
Bird Friendly coffee -- grown and processed with the aim of protecting the habitats of migratory birds -- is gaining popularity, with some Maryland retailers embracing the environmentally conscious brew.