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Researchers found that those who drink moderate amounts of beer or wine, along with two cups of coffee, increase their chances to live a long life.

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Raise your hand if at least once a week your morning looks like this: Alarm goes off. Three snoozes go by before you’re out of bed, and suddenly you’re running around your house/condo/apartment, pants in one hand and breakfast bar in the other. Yep, us too. Despite our best intentions, mornings aren’t always as smooth and zen as we’d like.

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By Amy Grant, published in gardeningknowhow.com Coffee contains caffeine, which is addictive. Caffeine, in the form of coffee (and mildly in the form of CHOCOLATE!), might be said to make the world go round, as many of us rely on its stimulating benefits. Caffeine, in fact, has intrigued scientists, leading to recent studies regarding caffeine use in gardens. What have they discovered? Read on to find out about caffeine uses in gardens. Fertilizing Plants with Caffeine Many gardeners, including myself, add coffee grounds directly to the garden or into the compost. The gradually breaking down of the grounds improves the...

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from BBC News... An independent coffee chain is believed to be the first in the UK to ban the sale of hot drinks in disposable cups. From 1 June, Boston Tea Party, which has 21 branches around England, will only sell hot drinks in reusable cups. Customers must either bring their own mug, buy one in store or pay a deposit on one they can return to any branch. Supermarket giant Waitrose has made a similar pledge to stop using disposable cups by autumn while Costa Coffee has vowed to improve on recycling. Boston Tea Party owner Sam Roberts said...

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