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Climate: Nicaragua Solar Dryers Instead of Drought

Climate: Nicaragua Solar Dryers Instead of Drought

Deutsche Welle (June 3, 2013) — Nicaragua's unique weather conditions are ideal for growing coffee and cocoa beans. But climate change is threatening the weather system there - the dry periods are becoming more humid and conditions during the wet season are becoming more severe. Increasingly, crops are spoiling before they're harvested. With the help of solar dryers however, coffee, cocoa, fruit and wood can be dried within hours and made to last longer without adding chemicals. The Austrian company CONA has become the leading exporter of the component parts of these devices, which are being installed in even the remotest parts of the country.
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Drinking Coffee Could Reduce Suicide Risk

Drinking Coffee Could Reduce Suicide Risk

Newsy (July 26, 2013) — A new study by Harvard researchers says drinking 2-3 cups of coffee per day can reduce suicide risk by 50 percent.
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Coffee Study Suggests Higher Death Risk

Coffee Study Suggests Higher Death Risk

Newsy (Aug. 16, 2013) — A new study says excessive coffee consumption can raise your risk of death, but does it line up with other studies?
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Coffee Tied to Lower Prostate Cancer Risk

Coffee Tied to Lower Prostate Cancer Risk

Newsy (Aug. 27, 2013) — Researchers found men with prostate cancer who drank four or more cups of coffee per day were 59 percent less likely to see their cancer worsen.
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First Scientific Method to Authenticate World's Costliest Coffee, from the Feces of the Palm Civet

Aug. 21, 2013 — The world's most expensive coffee can cost $80 a cup, and scientists now are reporting development of the first way to verify authenticity of this crθme de la crθme, the beans of which come ... full story
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Coffee May Help Prevent Breast Cancer Returning, Study Finds

Apr. 25, 2013 — Drinking coffee could decrease the risk of breast cancer recurring in patients taking the widely used drug Tamoxifen, a study has found. Patients who took the pill, along with two or more cups of ... full story
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Coffee May Help Perk Up Your Blood Vessels

Nov. 20, 2013 — A small study showed that a cup of coffee improved small blood vessel function. The study takes us one step closer to understanding how coffee might benefit cardiovascular ... full story
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Coffee and Cigarettes May Protect Against Liver Disease

Dec. 14, 2013 — Coffee and cigarette smoking may protect against the rare liver disease Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC), study ... full story
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Bacterium Counteracts 'Coffee Ring Effect'

May 14, 2013 — Ever notice how a dried coffee stain has a thicker outer rim, while the middle of the stain remains almost unsoiled? This 'coffee ring effect' also occurs in other materials. Researchers ... full story
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Ecologists: No Magic Bullet for Coffee Rust Eradication

Jan. 22, 2014 — Spraying fungicide to kill coffee rust disease, which has ravaged Latin American plantations since late 2012, is an approach that is "doomed to failure," according to ... full story
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Lab Experiments Question Effectiveness of Green Coffee Bean Weight-Loss Supplements

June 12, 2013 — A major ingredient in those green coffee bean dietary supplements -- often touted as "miracle" weight-loss products -- doesn't prevent weight gain in obese laboratory mice fed a ... full story
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Shade Grown Coffee Shrinking as a Proportion of Global Coffee Production

Apr. 16, 2014 — Over the past couple of decades, global coffee production has been shifting towards a more intensive, less environmentally friendly style, a new study has found. That's pretty surprising if you ... full story
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Coffee Consumption Reduces Risk of Liver Cancer, Analysis Suggests

Oct. 22, 2013 — Coffee consumption reduces risk of hepatocellular carcinoma, the most common type of liver cancer, by about 40 percent, according to an up-to-date meta-analysis. Further, some data indicate that ... full story
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Researchers Read the Coffee Grounds and Find a Promising Energy Resource for the Future

Sep. 9, 2013 — What's usually considered old garbage might be a promising asset for our energy supply, according to ... full story
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More Than 28 Cups of Coffee a Week May Endanger Health in Under 55s

Aug. 15, 2013 — Drinking large amounts of coffee may be bad for under 55 year olds. A study of more than 40,000 individuals found a statistically significant 21 percent increased mortality in those drinking more ... full story
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Consuming Coffee Linked to Lower Risk of an Autoimmune Liver Disease

May 18, 2013 — Regular consumption of coffee is associated with a reduced risk of primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), an autoimmune liver ... full story
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Coffee Consumption Reduces Mortality Risk from Liver Cirrhosis

Apr. 2, 2014 — Consuming two or more cups of coffee each day reduces the risk of death from liver cirrhosis by 66%, specifically cirrhosis caused by non-viral hepatitis, new research reveals. Findings show that ... full story
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Four or More Cups of Coffee a Day May Keep Prostate Cancer Recurrence and Progression Away

Aug. 26, 2013 — Coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of prostate cancer recurrence and progression, according to a new ... full story
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Debunking Water Myths: Weight Loss, Calorie Burn and More

Mar. 12, 2014 — Drinking a lot of water is often advised to those who are trying to lose weight. But a nutrition expert says, while it is important, it’s not the magic bullet to weight loss. If losing weight is ... full story
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Coffee Growing: More Biodiversity, Better Harvest

Feb. 10, 2014 — Bees, birds and bats make a huge contribution to the high yields produced by coffee farmers around Mount Kilimanjaro -- an example of how biodiversity can pay off. This effect has been described as ... full story
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Coffee and Tea May Contribute to a Healthy Liver

Aug. 16, 2013 — Scientists suggest that increased caffeine intake may reduce fatty liver in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver ... full story
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Pest-Eating Birds Mean Money for Coffee Growers

Sep. 5, 2013 — This is the first time scientists have assigned a monetary value to the pest-control benefits rainforest birds can provide to agriculture. Their study could provide the framework for pest management ... full story
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Bees and Other Pollinating Insects Are Just One Factor in Food Production

June 5, 2013 — No food for the human race without bees? It is not quite as straightforward as that. A case study by ecologists in a coffee-growing area in India reveals that pollinating insects are just one ... full story
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Late Afternoon, Early Evening Caffeine Can Disrupt Sleep at Night

Nov. 14, 2013 — A new study shows that caffeine consumption even six hours before bedtime can have significant, disruptive effects on ... full story
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