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    Six or More Cups of Coffee Per Day Increases Dementia Risk, Research FindsDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

    New research has found that people who drank more than six cups of coffee per day were more than twice as likely to develop dementia than people who drank coffee in moderation. The results gathered data from 17,702 participants in the UK Biobank between the ages of 37 and 73 who had available MRI information. It found a non-linear association between coffee consumption by volume and the risk of developing dementia or stroke. While non-coffee drinkers or decaffeinated coffee drinkers were found to have a slightly higher risk of developing lower brain volumes, dementia or stroke than moderate coffee drinkers,  

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    Ames phenomenon leads to author event

    A 944-page book titled “The Eighth Life (For Brilka)” has seen phenomenal success at Dog-Eared Books, an independent bookstore in downtown Ames. It’s selling at a rate of about 100:1 compared to similar bookstores, and the success has led to an in-store event at 11 a.m. Sunday, which will include a Zoom discussion with the author, Nino Haratischvili, and the translators, Ruth Martin and Charlotte Collins. “It’s been a beautiful thing — just finding that book and how ridiculously it’s spread with people in Ames,” said Peter Haleas, a bookseller at Dog-Eared, who first started recommending the book to  

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    Why Does Coffee Sometimes Make Me Tired?

    Caffeine, the main active ingredient in coffee, has a well-justified reputation for being an energy booster. But caffeine is also a drug, which means that it can affect each of us differently, depending on our consumption habits and our genes. “The paradox of caffeine is that in the short term, it helps with attention and alertness. It helps with some cognitive tasks, and it helps with energy levels,” said Mark Stein, a professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington, who has studied the impact of caffeine on people with A.D.H.D. “But the  

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    Nigella Lawson splits opinion after sharing recipe for ice-cream in a BRIOCHE bun

    Nigella Lawson splits opinion with bizarre recipe for ice cream in a BRIOCHE bun  Nigella Lawson has divided opinion after sharing a recipe for coffee ice-cream TV cook, 61, from London, posted a recipe to her 2.5 million Instagram followers The simply no-churn recipe is served in a sweet brioche bun – with some loving the southern-Italian style dish while other questioned the combination  By Bridie Pearson-jones For Mailonline Published: 04:13 EDT, 11 September 2021 | Updated: 04:38 EDT, 11 September 2021 Nigella Lawson is known for comfort cooking and indulgent at home treats, but her latest  

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    Coffee shops face shortages of labor, cups, rising coffee prices

    With frost in Brazil disrupting coffee bean production, the price of Arabica coffee beans surged by more than 40% in the past year to more than $2 a pound — a level last experienced in 2014. The price this month retreated to about $1.91 a pound. But a couple of local coffee shop owners say the climbing bean prices haven’t affected their businesses as much as increases in shipping costs, shortage of packaging materials, lack of workers and scarcity of plastic cups. Andrew Keim, the owner of Pioneer Collective Coffee in Massillon and Dalton, said the cost to ship coffee  

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    The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur News and Links for Thursday, September 9

    Hi, everyone! Here’s a video of a dog scoring a pretty great goal. Ramble of the Day A quick thought: There are plenty of bad songs, and they can be categorized a lot of different ways. I’d argue one category is bad banger. I would define a bad banger as a song you know is horrible from the very first time you hear it. On the second or third listen, though, you notice that at least one party involved in making the song did something right — maybe you can’t stand the lyrics but the beat is pretty good, for  

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    GROW San Mateo and Samaritan House Food Pharmacy provide healthy food | Local News

    GROW San Mateo formed as a collective project to provide free healthy food to promote a healthier lifestyle and educate people on the importance of fresh produce. Bill Schildknecht started the GROW San Mateo project in March of 2019 for a collection of local gardeners grow and donate fresh produce. He learned about the Samaritan House Food Pharmacy that summer, which is a part of the organization’s free medical clinic, and began a partnership. In the spring of this year, it started to host a table at the two food pharmacy clinics in San Mateo and Redwood City. “I think  

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