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Gulf Today Report
A study sheds light on how drinking that extra cuppa might be of help to ward away the novel coronavirus.
Coffee is a beverage loved by many, usually taken to kick start a busy day or keep you awake for that extra hours of work.
Other than being a drink that helps to give a jolt to the energy levels, it is now a drink that could probably save lives.
The consumption of coffee might just bring the levels of risk lower than before, says a study.
Although these studies are subjective and not applicable to people from all walks of life and health issues, it is proven to be effective to a large extent.
The Northwestern University in America gathered a few researchers to conclude the levels of risk amid people consuming a few food products.
The researchers said that other than taking coffee, even increasing vegetables and cutting down of meat could be helpful to bring the risk factor down.
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While this year has been a struggle amid the on-going coronavirus pandemic, a confectioner from Hungary, Laszlo Rimoczi, tries to keep the spirit of Christmas alive amongst people.
With the sales of chicken and mutton going down due to the coronavirus scare, it is the humble 'kathal' (jackfruit) that is emerging as an acceptable alternative.
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The organisation, which represents 45 million members in 38 European countries, said many low-paid workers are among 35 million of EU citizens who don’t have enough money for a break.
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The Queen might only enjoy small portions of savoury food, but McGrady says she is a glutton for sweet. Charbonnel et Walker, Bendicks, and Prestat all hold royal warrants.