10 Surprising Health Benefits of Coffee

Coffee is the most consumed beverage in the world. The overwhelming majority of these study results are positive. Humans have been drinking coffee for longer than recorded history, and research confirms that it has very few downsides. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) shows about 9,000 studies on coffee and over 25,000 on caffeine. The overwhelming majority of these study results are positive. We compiled a list of 10 of the most shocking and useful health benefits of coffee from that NIH data.

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Your Boss and Dietician Agree: Don’t Skip Lunch

Throughout numerous studies, researchers concluded that skipping lunch leads to accomplishing less at work or school and burning out. Also, the metabolism slows and weight increases. Then, people will often try to compensate for their lack of energy by drinking coffee, energy drinks, or sodas. However, it makes a bad situation worse, because..

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5 Tips To Avoid Political Banter During The Holidays

Hint: bookmark this post to calm your nerves and bring you to a place of apolitical zen. Because we know everyone around the table for Thanksgiving + good ol’ family drama + opposing political views = utter turmoil.

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7 Beauty Hacks For Red, Puffy Eyes After Crying

Do you know how to use popular drinks and common vegetables to reduce red, puffy eyes–even after you’ve been crying? Can you master that.. personal.. cream in your grandma’s medicine cabinet and the color blue? If so, you can zap under eye bagginess, puffiness, and dark circles in a flash! These and more hacks inside.

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Hurricane Harvey Complete Safety and Survival Guide

As Hurricane Harvey brews over the Gulf of Mexico, collecting moisture and strength, experts warn those along the Gulf Coast of dangerous winds and more rainfall than has been seen in generations. The Category 3 hurricane behemoth could dump over 30 inches of flooding. Despite evacuation orders, many tough residents are staying put. This is your must-have guide for safely riding out Hurricane Harvey.

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5 Worst Fireworks Injuries and First Aid for Them

The Fourth of July is a time to enjoy being around family, friends, and of course, fireworks. The last thing you want is to start an annual Independence Day ambulance ride! Avoid the most common fireworks injuries this year, by learning your lessons from the mistakes others have already made. Warning: some images, graphic.

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Mind Your Business, People Have Lots of Conditions Requiring a Disabled Parking Permit

There are many reasons people seek disabled parking permits, and even more reasons why they might be eligible to receive one. Have you ever caught yourself wondering why someone is parking in a handicap parking space? Or judged them for appearing completely able-bodied? These 10 common invisible medical conditions are a reminder that there is often more than meets the eye.

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Nurses Wish They Could Tell You These 10 Things

Nurses do so much more than stick you with needles and feed you curious-looking food. Our new list includes 10 things a survey of nurses said they wished their patients knew. Learn these tidbits and earn yourself some brownie points with the most important staff members in your doctor’s office, emergency room, and hospital!

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