Yearly Archives: 2015

K Sugiyama et al, 2015. Association Between Coffee Consumption and Incident Risk of Disabling Dementia in Elderly Japanese: the Oshaki Cohort 2006 study, Journal of Alzheimers Disease, published online ahead of print.

Abstract Epidemiological studies of the association between coffee consumption and dementia have yielded inconsistent results. Therefore, we investigated the association between coffee consumption and incident risk of dementia in an elderly Japanese population. 23,091 subjects aged ≥65 y living in Ohsaki City, northeastern Japan, responded to the baseline survey in 2006. Of these, we analyzed […]

K C Sajja et al, 2015. Coffee or Tea, Hot or Cold, are Not Associated with risk of Barret’s Esophagus, Clinical Gastroenterology & Hepatology, published online ahead of print.

ABSTRACT: Epidemiological data regarding coffee and tea consumption and risk of esophageal inflammation, Barrett’s esophagus (BE), and adenocarcinoma are sparse and inconclusive. This study examined the association between consumption of tea or coffee with risk of BE. We conducted a cross-sectional study among United States veterans, comparing 310 patients with histologically confirmed BE with 1728 […]

J J Rhee et al, 2015, Coffee and Caffeine Consumption and the Risk of Hypertension in Postmenopausal Women, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, published online ahead of print.

ABSTRACT: BACKGROUND: The associations of coffee and caffeine intakes with the risk of incident hypertension remain controversial. OBJECTIVE: We sought to assess longitudinal relations of caffeinated coffee, decaffeinated coffee, and total caffeine intakes with mean blood pressure and incident hypertension in postmenopausal women in the Women’s Health Initiative Observational Study. DESIGN: In a large prospective […]

R Wierzejska, 2015, Coffee consumption vs. cancer risk – a systematic review of scientific data. Rocz Panstw Zakl Hig, Volume 6 (4)

ABSTRACT Coffee and its impact on health continue to be the topic of much heated debate. Until recently, coffee consumption has been believed to be associated with adverse effects, mainly cardiovascular problems. However, the vast majority of contemporary sources not only emphasize a lack of detrimental effect, but also suggest a beneficial effect of coffee […]

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