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Drinking caffeinated drinks like coffee significantly protects against crash risk for long-distance commercial drivers, new research suggests. But University of Otago professor Jennie Connor warned that caffeine, while effective for short amounts of
Ranging from a tiny spare room decked out with games machines to a vast basement of metal work tool memorabilia, man caves are the personal spaces us guys retreat to be away from women and all things girly. They are not a marketing opportunity, but
Wildly popular "Luon" yoga pants were pulled from shelves after customers complained the workout pant came with the added bonus of becoming invisible in certain light. The company put the ill-timed (see below) snafu this way, "Som ... [View Post] A
They become more intoxicated as the night progresses and fuel their partying with energy drinks. A landmark study of young Australian drinkers also found a significant number, about one in four, had also consumed illegal drugs, particularly ecstasy,
Coffee Buddha offers a path to enlightenment right on Perry Highway You can nosh on treats from a private local baker or take the kids out back to the Zen garden/sandbox. by Lauren Daley "This way provides a cleaner-tasting coffee," he says.
The severally damaged dreamcar was found abandon on the side of a road with a not ... [View Post] So... Donald Rumsfeld tweeted what seemed to be an innocuous and somewhat respectable tweet but instead got a firestorm of unhappy people responding!
Lorry drivers who drink coffee 'cut their crash risk' Health editor, BBC News online Four mugs or eight cups of coffee contain 400mg of caffeine which is the recommended adult daily limit Long-distance lorry drivers who drink coffee have fewer road
Britain A shopkeeper sits behind box of coffee at a shop in Ben Thanh market, in Ho Chi Minh City. Gallery A Thai mahout's wife jokingly poses with a plastic basket containing coffee beans freshly cleaned from elephant dung below the tail of one of
A different spin on sports by The Seattle Times staff and readers...Coffee and running is like death and taxes, peas and carrots (Gump knows), ham and eggs well, you get the idea. Although caffeine is not on the IOC list of banned substances, it does
Topics Packets of Starbucks coffee are seen in a supermarket in Santa Monica, California, January 27, 2011. O ), the world's biggest coffee chain, said on Tuesday that it bought its first coffee farm, where it will research the leaf rust that is