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5 Amazing Stories of Devoted Dogs

A new book shows how our canine companions enrich our lives.<p><b>Dog owners know how how much joy our beloved canine companions bring to our lives.</b><p>They enrich us in small and undramatic ways every day—by making us laugh, keeping us company, and offering us unconditional love. My new National Geographic …

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The Coffee and Mortality Connection: Too Much Coffee Can Be Serious

Do you rely on several cups of coffee throughout the day to keep yourself focused and alert? Many people start the morning with a cup of hot coffee and then continue to drink it all day long. It's no secret that caffeine can interfere with sleep. Once ingested, the stimulant effects of caffeine go …

Coffee Machine Creates Latte Art of Your Face

Printing technology has made tremendous strides in the past few years, and it's beginning to seem like anyone can make anything if the right tools …

Want to be young and rich? Technology and coffee are the magic ingredients

A career in technology or selling coffee are the attributes of Australia's richest 100 people under the age of 40, it was revealed on Wednesday, or being Peter Andre could also get you on the list.<p>The list of 100 Australians, compiled by business magazine BRW, showed that the endlessly advancing …

40 Modern Creative Coffee Tables

A coffee table is a thing that stands in every living room and no one can do without it. This piece can give an interesting touch to any space – just …

Sitting at a Coffee Shop Doesn't Stir Everyone's Creative Juices

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Every few months or so, a new study comes out telling us where collective creativity is at its best. The latest one to make the rounds boasts that coffee shops have the right "hum" to keep us humming along. In fact, this noise has proven …

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This Is How Your Brain Responds To Beer vs Coffee

We all know the drinking a coffee first thing in the morning, will increase your energy levels with its caffeine boost. But how exactly does it work? …

Getting Roasted: Scientists Make Booze From Coffee

In damning news for my future, scientists have successfully fermented used coffee grounds to create a 40% alcohol booze that smells and tastes like …

Not Just Coffee To-Go or To-Stay: How About Both?

Every day is full of tough choices: Go to the gym, or hit snooze? Dress, or jeans? Cook dinner, or order delivery? Wine, or cocktails? What if you could answer 'both' to all of them—wouldn't that make life grand?<p>Even though it might not always be feasible—dinner plus delivery is probably a bit …

Pakistan earthquake creates new island in Arabian Sea as death toll rises

<b>More than 300 people have died after an earthquake struck south-western Pakistan with enough force to create a small island visible in the Arabian</b> …

Teenagers who drink too much coffee ‘at risk of turning into nervous adults’

Teenagers who drink too much coffee could be at risk of turning into nervous adults.<p>Just three cups of the stuff daily may be enough to make them …

Spitting in public: disgusting and antisocial – or a great British tradition? http://t.gu.com/pcMGl Two men in east London have been successfully prosecuted for spitting in public. But it has long been an integral part of British culture, practised by punks, sports stars and even MPs Photograph: Popperfoto/Getty Images

Referee facing disciplinary action after making fun of teenager who broke leg during match

A referee is facing disciplinary action because he made fun of a teenager who broke his leg in the match.<p>Jason Ward, also a councillor and town …

Addressing the UN General Assembly on September 24th, Barack Obama made a fresh offer of talks with Iran about its suspected nuclear-weapons programme. Mr Obama set expectations low, saying that roadblocks to a nuclear deal might yet prove too great to overcome, but that "the diplomatic path must be tested" http://econ.st/16qdvzv

The Muslim Brotherhood has seen worse. During the 1950s and '60s Egyptian courts sentenced thousands of Brothers to brutal prison camps and a dozen to hang. For most of the time since its founding in 1928 the group was formally outlawed. Yet never has the secretive and highly disciplined organisation seen its fortunes fall so swiftly as now http://econ.st/1eGPYNb