Caffeine-brain connectivity gets scientists twitchy with elderly brain boosts in prospect


Caffeine’s effects on brain neurons and their cellular function is the subject of European research that could explain why coffee could improve memory and protect against age-related memory loss.

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Could more coffee lead to a longer life? Researchers think so

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Unilever adds Pukka Herbs to portfolio as part of ethical product drive


Durian shells offer novel anti-inflammatory agents for future functional food

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Nutraceuticals from microalgae: Many achievements ... but challenges remain

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Lutein-rich avocados may support eye health, boost memory & attention

DSM finishes sale of pharma assets to US firm

DSM finishes sale of pharma assets to US firm

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Zinc plus antioxidant: A cost-effective solution to macular degeneration?


Cocoa flavanol sports nutrition credentials dented: Effect on cyclists ‘minimal’

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Med diet plus exercise could aid fatty liver disease

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