Yearly Archives: 2019

M Inoue & S Tsugane, 2019. Coffee Drinking and Reduced Risk of Liver Cancer: An Update on Epidemiological Findings and Potential Mechanisms, Current Nutrition Reports, published online.

ABSTRACT: PURPOSE OF REVIEW: We reviewed the available literature on observational studies, meta-analyses, expert reports, and umbrella reviews. Here, we summarize the latest findings on the association between coffee intake and liver cancer risk. RECENT FINDINGS: Most observational studies and meta-analyses show a protective effect of coffee intake on liver cancer risk, with dose-responsiveness and across different […]

T Tamura et al, 2019. Coffee consumption and liver cancer risk in Japan: a meta-analysis of six prospective cohort studies, Nagoya Journal of Med Science, Volume 81 (1).

ABSTRACT Previous epidemiological studies have shown that coffee consumption may reduce liver cancer risk. The present study aimed to summarize the evidence for this association in the Japanese population by performing a meta-analysis of the results of relevant cohort studies conducted in Japan. We searched studies published prior to September 1, 2018 in PubMed. Extracted […]

S K Abe et al, 2019. Coffee consumption and mortality in Japanese men and women: a pooled analysis of eight population-based cohort studies in Japan (Japan Cohort Consortium), Preventive Medicine, published online.

ABSTRACT Coffee consumption is increasing globally. We aimed to assess the effect of coffee consumption on the risk of all-cause and cause-specific mortality in a pooled analysis of eight population-based cohort studies in Japan (Japan Cohort Consortium). Data came from eight Japanese cohort studies (144,750 men and 168,631 women). During a mean follow-up time of […]

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