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These are the side effects of drinking too much coffee, according to science

Coffee is one of the most widely-consumed beverages on the planet, and it’s been proven to have some serious health benefits, but you can still overdo it. Drinking “too much” coffee ultimately comes down to caffeine intake, and researchers have come up with what they believe is the limit. No, you don’t have to hold yourself to just one cup per day, and the amount that is considered “safe” is actually pretty high.

To say that coffee is popular would be a massive understatement. In fact, it’s the second most popular beverage on the planet, trailing behind tea (and, if we were to count it separately, water) at the very top of the list. Oftentimes, when something is very popular, researchers studying it end up discovering a lot of bad things about it. It’s a bummer, but that’s just how things go. Not so with coffee.

Coffee has a whole host of incredible health benefits, from reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s to lowering the chances of developing diabetes and even helping to reduce the risk of stroke. That being said, it’s still possible to drink too much coffee, and based on decades of scientific research, there’s a pretty clear number of cups you should shoot for if you want the health benefits without the drawbacks.

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Biden used a secret message on the White House website to put out a call for coders

In an effort to quickly leave its stamp across government, the Biden administration even left a secret message on the White House website. The message from the administration of President Biden, who was inaugurated as the 46th president on Wednesday, asks coders to consider joining the US Digital Service. The service was set up in 2014 under President Barack Obama.

President Joe Biden planned to sign a flurry of executive orders on Thursday during his first full day of work at the White House, with the orders largely focused on things like shaping a new, coordinated federal response to the coronavirus pandemic. A requirement for people to wear face masks in airplanes, in addition to expanding the US COVID vaccine manufacturing capacity, were among the targets of these orders.

Meantime, this is not the only example of how different the Biden White House already is from the recently departed Trump administration. The differences even extend to the White House website, where Biden’s team moved quickly to put its stamp there and imbue it with the philosophy of the boss. For starters, the White House contact page now asks people who write in with comments to select which pronoun they prefer. And the Biden team also left a secret message elsewhere on the White House website.

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I desperately want this iPad mini 6 design leak to be real

An iPad mini 6 render based on purported leaked CAD designs indicates that Apple might launch a brand new iPad mini design soon. The iPad mini 6 in the render features a totally new display design — for Apple, at least — with a hole-punch camera at the top and a bizarre Touch ID sensor in another cutout at the bottom. Apple’s new iPad mini would be powered by the same A14 Bionic chip from the iPhone 12 series and the iPad Air.

Last September, Apple proved that it can still surprise iPad users when it launched an iPad Air refresh like no other. The tablet features a large 10.9-inch display with symmetrical bezels, just like the iPad Pro. Instead of Face ID, the tablet came with a feature unseen on any iPhone or iPad before, a Touch ID sensor built into the power button. Add to that the A14 Bionic chip that also powers the iPhone 12, and the iPad Air seemed to be an even better deal than the iPad Pro.

Apple is widely expected to refresh the iPad Pro next, and it’s expected to receive two major upgrades: a mini-LED screen and 5G connectivity. But the company will also refresh additional iPad models this year, as is the case every year. If the following leak is accurate, then Apple might soon roll out what would turn out to be the biggest iPad mini refresh in years.

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