Here are two articles on Research related to Coffee and the health implications in Diabetes and Parkinsons Disease.
These studies suggest that taking a coffee break can make staff more productive and shift workers are better off brewing a cup of coffee rather than having a nap.
What do you think, do you agree?
An interesting article on how mobile phone technology is helping healthcare staff carry out complex calculations.
According to a new reveiw and meta-analysis of data by University of Sydney, Australia, drinking 3-4 cups of coffee and tea per day may reduce the risk of developing diabetes by 25%.
The reviewers concluded that they could envisage advising patients most at risk for diabetes to increase their consumption of tea and coffee in addition to increasing their levels of physical activity and weight loss.
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In the US with an average of 3.2 cups consumed per day, according to the National Coffee Association of the US (2008) this makes coffee an ample source of dietary niacin.
Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, Jan 2009, Coffee Chemistry Page 30
A recent US Study by GW Arendash of the Alzheimer Research Centre of Florida, reported that daily consumption of coffee slows the advance of the disease and administration of caffeine can treat the neurological conditions of Alzheimers.
Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, Jan 2009, Page 10