Those who drink sweetened coffee daily are up to 31% less likely to die within a 7-year follow-up than non-coffee drinkers. Those who drank unsweetened coffee were 21% less likely to die.
Consuming a caffeinated drink before shopping was associated with purchasing more items and more time spent in the store.
For smokers, the first cigarette of the day is often accompanied by a cup of coffee. Researchers say this may be more than a habit, finding chemical compounds in roasted coffee beans may help quell the effects of morning nicotine cravings.
7-MX, a caffeine metabolite, may help to slow the progression of myopia or short-sightedness in children.