4:15 pm, July 26th | by Colette McIntyre
A study by the Harvard School of Public Health concluded that drinking two to four cups of coffee per day may reduce the risk of suicide in men and women by 50 percent.
6:30 pm, June 28th | by Colette McIntyre
For some reason, we can’t stop talking about coffee, so today’s Read of the Day is Craig Cavallo’s Narrative.ly essay about New York City’s “professional coffee connoisseurs.” Want to know what the city’s baristas really think about how poorly you tip after receiving an ornately decorated espresso? Read on.
3:02 pm, June 25th | by Grace Rasmus
Iced Coffee — we need to talk.
12:50 pm, June 25th | by Grace Rasmus
According to the Times, coffee shop noise is particularly helpful when doing creative work, such as writing or brainstorming.
1:00 pm, June 13th | by Grace Rasmus
Caffeine withdrawal is too real, guys.
6:30 pm, April 23rd | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, you know those unflattering photos of Beyoncé performing at the Super Bowl that have been floating around the web? Well, it turns out that Queenyoncé was not pleased when the Internet turned her holy visage into a meme; in fact, Beysus was so traumatized by the experience that she has banned professional photographers from the Mrs. Carter Show Tour and hired her own photog team. No new photos of She-Hulkcé? Oh well…I guess we always have Amanda Bynes.
11:30 am, October 8th | by Laura Donovan
I don’t know about you, but my daily trip to Dunkin’ Donuts is one of the reasons I love getting up in the morning — even though such excursions could be destroying my vision. A new study suggests that excessive java drinking could lead to “vision loss” and “blindness.” What do you think: is it worth the risk? Chances are, you’re inclined to say “yes.”
3:45 pm, August 28th | by Laura Donovan
Coffee is a splendid, energy-boosting thing. It also brings about a great deal of dependence, which is never good. A new infographic reveals that 46 percent of employed people argue they’re less productive without their morning cup of Joe, and that tells me caffeine plays a large, all-consuming role in our lives.
12:00 pm, March 1st | by Laura Donovan
If you’ve ever worried that your cup of joe dependency could bring on more serious health issues than stained teeth or withdrawal headaches, you can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that your affinity for java probably won’t up your chances of developing serious illnesses.
5:27 pm, May 26th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Starbucks is raising the prices of its packaged coffee by 17 %, but it’s not CEO Howard Schultz’s fault. Really, he doesn’t want to be blamed.
Schultz says the price upticks are due to speculation on the part of…coffee price speculators…saying that the price of coffee will reach a 34-year high. The change will take effect by July, on top of the 12% increases that already came in March.
According to Consumerist, Schultz really doesn’t want you to think it’s his, or Starbucks’ fault. Right, because Starbucks coffee has never been overpriced.