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By October 16, 2015Blog

The potential health benefits associated with drinking coffee include: protecting against type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, liver disease, liver cancer, and promoting a healthy heart.

This fad beverage saw its original popularity rise in the 17th century coffee houses of England after the native American bean finally found a place in early capitalism. But does it make us more productive as many of its fans like to say it does?

The answer to that question is “yes” except when it’s “no.” It appears that coffee makes us more productive with repetitive tasks but doesn’t help the brain with creative tasks.

Gryffin media has a great infographic to summarize how best to use the little bean during your work day.