Yearly Archives: 2013

Coffee and Health expands cardiovascular health topic to include vodcast and new materials

The Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) has updated the cardiovascular health section of the Coffee and Health website to include a new vodcast and two special features highlighting key information in an easy to read format. In the new vodcast, Dr Esther Lopez-Garcia, Associate Professor from the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, joins Azmina […]

New meta-analysis suggests that coffee consumption is inversely associated with CVD risk

A new meta-analysis1 published in Circulation suggests that regular consumption of coffee is associated with a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD). Researchers analysed 36 studies investigating the relationship between coffee consumption and the risk of developing CVD, which included coronary heart disease, stroke, heart failure and CVD mortality.  Encompassing the stunning number of 1,279,804 participants and […]

Coffee & Health reveals new caffeine topic and vodcast

The Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) has unveiled the latest topic on its Coffee & Health website: “All About Caffeine”, accompanied by a vodcast. The new section provides information about caffeine, its origins, its links with coffee, recommended levels of intake and the effects of caffeine on various aspects of health; from alertness […]

New review paper suggests coffee consumption is associated with a reduced risk of mortality

A new meta-analysis1, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, has explored the relationship between coffee consumption and the risk of mortality from all causes. The review included twenty studies of coffee consumption and total mortality, including 129,538 cases of deaths among the 973,904 participants. The results support a significant inverse (i.e. favourable) association between coffee […]

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