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Coffee enthusiasts in Syracuse welcome news that drinking coffee may help lower death risk. (c) Sara Gatcomb 2015
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Drinking Coffee May Lead to Longer Lives

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By Sara Gatcomb SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)– If coffee-lovers are looking for a mid-day pick-up, this science news might do the trick: a new study found drinking coffee may lead to longer lives. The study, published in the American Heart Association‘s journal Circulation, found that people who drink 1-3 cups of coffee a day lower […]

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The day after National Coffee Day, Starbucks is just as busy as National Coffee Day. Crenshaw (c) 2015
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Make Everyday a Holiday

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By Kennedy Crenshaw Syracuse, N.Y. (NCC News) – Most Americans get excited about the 4th of July and Labor Day weekend, but no one should wait all year to celebrate because there are national holidays every day. September 29 is National Coffee Day, September 30 is National Chewing Gum day and with National Homemade Cookie day […]

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Study Finds Coffee Can Have Health Benefits

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By Ali Rosen SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)- Drinking coffee is a regular part of the day for many people and a recent study proves that this habit has healthy benefits. According to the scientific report of 2015 by the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, drinking 3-5 cups of coffee can prevent certain diseases. “In fact, consistent evidence indicates that […]

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Bailey Walts, barista at Recess Coffee, steams milk for coffee orders. (c) 2014 Alana Heller
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Reactions to Coffee are Genetic

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By Alana Heller SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – People tend to feel various effects after drinking a cup of coffee.  A recent study, run by researcher Marilyn Cornelis from Harvard, found that there are six genes that determine the effects of caffeine.  The analysis was published in the Molecular Psychiatry. Professor Bruening, Undergraduate Program Director and […]

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