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Your morning coffee could contain up to 25 teaspoons of sugar

LONDON — Millions of Brits are putting their health at risk by unwittingly consuming alarming levels of sugar in flavoured hot beverages from high …

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Your Latte-A-Day Habit Might Be the Secret to a Long Life

<i>by Hanna Howard, Teen Vogue</i><p>Courtesy of Starbucks<p>Good news, friends. That Starbucks addiction (don't lie to us, we know it's real) might actually be good for your health.<p>According to a new study in the journal Circulation, people who drink coffee regularly (that's one to five cups daily) have a …

10 Best Online Coffee Subscription Services

<i>Last Updated December, 2017.</i><p>It’s just so easy to forget to buy coffee. You thought you’d pick some up at the grocery store, then realized you’re …

A new trend in serving cold brew coffee uses science to make it more delicious

<b>So he decided to try pumping nitrogen gas into the brew.</b><p>Turns out this was a very good idea.<p>After a few months of playing around with the right balance of bubble infusion, according to Chemical and Engineering News, his nitrogen-infused cold coffee became creamier and richer than regular old cold …

Coffee

How to Master Latte Art, With Science

Latte art comes down to two main components: The artistic skills of the barista and properly steamed milk. There's a lot of science that goes into the latter. According to an in-depth primer from UCLA, different types of milk require different amounts of steaming time. If milk is steamed for too …

Coffee

Getting to Market: 4 Crucial Steps | Inc.com

You may have figured out what you need to build your business, but bringing it to market is an entirely different challenge. After all, no great idea survives a dearth of customers.<p>To get some perspective on go-to-market strategies, I decided to talk to the founders of DogVacay, a start-up that …

Startups

Your Biggest, Most Expensive, Blind Spot | Inc.com

When it comes to financial literacy, how do entrepreneurs rank?<p>The answer might surprise you: Most true entrepreneurs are complete financial illiterates, for the most beautiful of reasons. A successful entrepreneur has trained his or her imagination to see possibilities where none currently exist. …

Entrepreneurship

6 Free or Cheap Ways to Protect Your Online Reputation | Inc.com

By now you've surely heard at least one horror story about a major brand catching flack in social media--often because of tone deaf blasts to customers. Or, maybe they didn't respond well to a customer who complained on product review page or discussion board. Or, maybe your brand got hacked. In …

Online

The 3 Biggest Lies We Tell Ourselves | Inc.com

Each of us has our own version of the three biggest lies we’ve ever heard. But some lies are so pernicious that it almost seems like our civic duty to call bullshit on them. Here are my three.<p><b>Everyone can, and should, own their own home</b><p>This one has pretty much imploded over the past few years. But …

Education

7 Secrets of YouTube Marketing | Inc.com

Owned by Google and packing the power of video, YouTube can be an incredibly powerful marketing tool, especially for a small business with a limited budget. On the other hand, launching a video campaign on YouTube can also yield nothing but the sound of crickets.<p>What's the secret? SumAll has used …

Marketing

4 Tips For Overcoming Obstacles | Inc.com

If achieving goals were easy, everyone would do it quickly and without difficulty. Even if your vision is clear and you can articulate a detailed destiny, there are always obstacles in the path. It's the joy and journey of clearing those obstacles that makes life rich, and helps people feel truly …

Motivation

Why Your Side Project Is a Bad Idea | Inc.com

Starting a business is risky. That's why you're dipping your toe into the entrepreneurial waters by working on your start-up on the side while you hold onto your regular gig. You'll keep a paycheck coming in and validate your idea before you take the plunge into life as a founder.<p>Smart thinking, …

Entrepreneurship

6 Reasons Marketing to Hispanics Makes Sense | Inc.com

Everyone in marketing is talking about the potential buying power of the rapidly growing Hispanic marketplace and the need to develop programs that specifically cater to this audience. Despite all the talk, only a few brands that haven't aggressively marketed to Hispanics are taking the leap; among …

Marketing

What's Your Asking Price? | Inc.com

When selling a business, it's critical to get the asking price right. Set it too high and you won't get any buyer interest. Set it too low and you'll leave money on the table. So when you set a price for your company make sure that every penny of company value has been accounted for while also …

Small Business

Online Marketing Success Gone Wrong? | Inc.com

This story has all of the right components for an instant hit: The hungry entrepreneur and his vision for the ultimate product, his painstaking attention to design, using only the best materials, and his exploitation of a loophole left open by the excesses of giant brands. And, from design to …

Public Relations