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Drinking a cup or 2 of black coffee a day affect sexual performance and penis erection?in a good or bad way? How about mixing coffee with honey?

No.

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Black coffee or adding honey to coffee should have no effect on sexual function. Most common cause in young males is performance anxiety (Pressure to perform, pressure to get wife pregnant, etc). Relax, exercise during the day, talk about it with your partner, share with each other likes and dislikes..... Erectile dysfunction is common at any age; If need be, seek short-term counselling.
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Dr. Joel Gallant answered:

Is coffee good for tonsilitis?

No

Tonsillitis
It's neither good nor bad.
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Dr. Ryan Phasouk answered:

Black coffee a natural laxative?

Yes

Caffeine
Coffee is indeed a natural laxative as the caffeine in coffee is a stimulator of smooth muscle, which is found throughout the intestines.
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Dr. Scott D. Lippe answered:

Why is coffee such a good laxative?

Coffee as laxative

Laxative
not in everyone! the warm liquid filling the stomach helps the caffeine helps and if you are eating with coffee in the morning it may be the food as well coffee is also a diuretic and will make you urinate as well
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Dr. Yash K. Khanna answered:

Is coffee good or bad for diabetes?

Diabetes And Coffee

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Coffee is good for prevention of Diabetes.In a study it was found if you drink more than6/7cups regular or decaf coffee daily you have 35% less chance of developig diabetes as compared to those who drink less than2cups a day. those who drink4to6cups of coffee a day reduce their risk by28%.IT may be due to antioxidant effect and mineral like magnesium&chromium,which helps body use insulin. not caff
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Dr. Ronald Krauser answered:

Is coffee good to drink for a cough?

No

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It has no value for a cough.
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What is a good alternative to coffee?

For what?

Not sure what you are asking. What is it you don't like about coffee and what effects of coffee do you wish to achieve? Coffee has caffeine and many people use it to increase alertness and some people just like the taste and for others it is simply a habit. There is some suggesstive evidence of positive effects, but there are also some negative consequences such as withdrawal headaches.
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Is decaf coffee good for your health?

Who knows

I don't know of any studies that look Into decaf coffee and whether it can help improve certain indicators of good health
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Dr. David Padula answered:

does tea or coffee good for teeth health?

Not really

Teething
If you have ever looked at the bottom of the cup that has held coffee or tea for any amount of time you notice staining. This can happen also to your teeth. If there are any restorations, this can also add more areas that can stain. Any acidic liquids can also over time cause erosion.
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Dr. Ryan Phasouk answered:

How long will black coffee keep me alert?

Depends

Caffeine
Caffeine content in coffee can vary from brand to brand or pot to pot, therefor it is impossible to predict how long one will stay alert from a cup of black coffee.
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