DailyDirt: This Is Your Brain On Caffeine. Any Questions?

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Making the perfect cup of coffee is an experiment that's been studied for decades -- if not for hundreds of years since coffee was first brewed in the 1300s. It's not an exact science yet, but studies on coffee drinking seem to point to it being mostly beneficial. Here are just a few interesting links for coffee lovers out there. If you'd like to read more awesome and interesting stuff, check out this unrelated (but not entirely random!) Techdirt post via StumbleUpon.
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    Ninja (profile), 2 Sep 2013 @ 3:58am

    Even though people have been drinking coffee for centuries, the effect of coffee on our health isn't really clear

    Is there really a need to address century-old food consumption habits? Isn't the problem the overindustrialization of food to begin with? I take those studies with a ton of salt, not a grain. Really. Specially when they address food that's been around for ages.

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