On wet, cold, dark mornings like today, it is nice to read that this warm cup of coffee nursing me awake could actually be doing some good for my body and not just pulling me out of slumber.
Good news for you mint lovers out there. An extract from spearmint that has previously been shown to improve cognitive performance in 50-70 year olds with age related memory issues, can also benefit the young.
The remains of a brewery that is believed to have produced approx. 22,400 litres of beer at a time have been discovered in Egypt.
Good news for all you fellow coffee drinkers out there. New research has found that people who drink more coffee have a reduced risk of heart failure. Published in the journal “Circulation: Heart Failure” the researchers used machine learning to identify potential risk factors associated with heart failure, coronary heart…
Reported in the English newspaper The Guardian, at least 35 people in Mexico have died as a result of drinking liquor adulterated with methanol.
News this week that the arsenic levels in rice sold in the UK could be too high for babies and children under 5 years old.
The fight against fraud never rests. According to the English newspaper “The Guardian”, 9000 tonnes of must (crushed grapes) from counterfeit grapes that were destined for balsamic vinegar production have been seized.
Have you ever wondered what Sushi restaurants do with their leftover rice at the end of the day? In this day and age of waste reduction, it is being used by some to produce bio gas, but some Danish researchers have come up with another use for it, turn it…
Good news if you don’t like added sulphites in your wine. Researchers from New Zealand have found that they can protect wine against spoilage by zapping it with pulsed electric fields instead.
Being a parent can be a tough job when it comes to wanting to get your children to eat some healthy foods. So researchers from the U.S. decided to see if the act of preparing food caused children to eat more of it.