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8 ways that drinking coffee is connected to better health and a longer life

Caffeine is the most commonly used psychoactive drug in the world — for good reason. It wakes us up, helps us stay on task, and provides an extra energy boost.<p>Most people in the Americas and Europe get our caffeine fix from coffee.<p>But people often worry that they should limit their coffee …

Coffee

19 ways to maximise your workout for weight loss

Victoria's Secret<p>Advertisement - Continue Reading Below<p>Ask any runner who's naturally slim: there are so many reasons to exercise that have nothing …

10 Under-the-Radar European City Escapes

Your Instagram feed is overflowing with the same-old shots of the Eiffel Tower, the <i>Game of Thrones</i> fandom has flocked to Dubrovnik, and the Copenhagen <i>hyyge</i> hype is slowly becoming passé. For a fresh spin on a European getaway, take some inspiration from this edit of the continent’s finest …

European Travel

Revealed: The world's best (and worst) cities to live in

Melbourne has been named the world’s most “liveable” city for the seventh year running.<p>The capital of the Australian state of Victoria, known for its trendy cafés, bars and laneways, topped the Economist Intelligence Unit’s 2017 ranking, which examined five categories - stability; healthcare; …

10 Diet Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

An exciting new technique could repair the human body like we've never been able to before

If those damaged cells could be replaced with healthy ones that are able to do their jobs, these diseases — and others like them — could perhaps be cured.<p>At this point, that's much easier said than done, but scientists are working on a way to take healthy cells of one type, reprogram them so they …

Old boys, new world: Britain’s upper crust looking more and more crusty

The Great Debate<p>« Previous Post<p>An unexpected place for lessons to fight Mexico’s mafia: Italy<p>Next Post »<p>Vladimir Putin’s religious, ethnic rhetoric gets a little scary in Russian state-of-the-union address<p>4 comments<p>We welcome comments that advance the story through relevant opinion, anecdotes, …

World population to hit 11bn in 2100 – with 70% chance of continuous rise

The world’s population is now odds-on to swell ever-higher for the rest of the century, posing grave challenges for food supplies, healthcare and social cohesion. A ground-breaking analysis released on Thursday shows there is a 70% chance that the number of people on the planet will rise …

Apple's Smartwatch Is Cool, But The Classic Wrist Watch Isn't Going Anywhere

Watches have been around for more than 500 years, surviving wars and technological revolutions. We may have advanced past the mechanics of the classic wristwatch, but we're still a long way from trading our Rolexes for smartwatches.<p>"The Apple Watch ... won't have a dramatic impact on the Swiss …