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If caffeine is keeping you up at night, this app can help. UP Coffee from Jawbone is an iOS-only app that tracks how much caffeine you're drinking and how it affects you.
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When it's time to buckle down and focus, plenty of office workers will put on the headphones to help them drown out distractions and be more productive.
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Beer drinkers know that hops are what gives the drink its bitterness and aroma. Recently, scientists reported that the part of hops that isn't used for making beer contains healthful antioxidants and could be used to battle cavities and gum disease.
The Conference Board says Canada's protectionist supply management system is costing consumers of dairy products billions of dollars, while also acting as a drag on the industry it coddles.
Carelessness has the ability to make a person feel very foolish. Sadly, in our household, I am usually the one who experiences that truth.
Baseball players are in spring training, shaking off the rust, so it seems a good time to check out a couple of beers brewed near Cooperstown, N.Y. Brewery Ommegang's new spring saison is called Glimmerglass, the nickname James Fenimore Cooper bestowed upon Otsego Lake.
On March 3, Sterling's Upstairs at the Federal, the incomparable North Hollywood supper club, offered its latest cabaret show produced by veteran impresario Bruce Kimmel of Kritzerland Records and his associate, Adryan Russ.
For those who didn't get their fill of Mardi Gras, or perhaps over filled, a tall glass of chicory coffee may be just the thematic antidote.
The West Riding pub at Dewsbury railway station is holding the beer tasting event aimed at women, with money going to the Dewsbury Women's Centre.
Fifteenth-century Arabs were the first to cultivate coffee and a Frenchman was behind the 1843 debut of the world's first commercial espresso machine.
A 19-year-old Stamford woman turned herself in to Wilton police Monday on a warrant charging her in a November shoplifting incident at Ancona's Wines & Liquors in which more than $500 worth of merchandise was stolen, police say.
How can you not love a country known for its love of waffles, chocolate, French fries, and beer? Belgium is my version of Guns 'n' Roses' Paradise City, where the grass is green and the beers are plenty.
It's Fat Tuesday - time to celebrate in Big Easy style with a cocktail. Although there are some freezing temperatures in New York, bring on that 'who dat' attitude with a nice big drink.
It's steeped in health benefits, loaded with healthy compounds and antioxidants.
"That's a medium roast Sumatra there have to really pay attention. About 354 we have to let it go to 438 degrees," says Berry.