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Coffee consumption and cancer at other sites – Part 1

This is the sixth of six blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cancer research, concentrating on the impact of coffee consumption and cancer at a selection of sites. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Following is an overview of research conducted in […]

Coffee consumption and bladder, kidney and prostate cancers

This is the fourth of six blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cancer research, concentrating on the impact of coffee consumption and cancers of the bladder, kidney and prostate. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Following is an overview of research conducted […]

33. Coffee consumption and cancers of the digestive tract – Part 2

This is the third of six blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cancer research, concentrating on the impact of coffee consumption and cancers of the digestive tract. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Following is an overview of research conducted in this […]

Coffee consumption and cancers of the digestive tract – Part 1

This is the second of six blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cancer research, concentrating on the impact of coffee consumption and cancers of the digestive tract. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Following is an overview of research conducted in this […]

Coffee consumption and cancer

This is the first of six blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cancer research. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Overview Current scientific evidence suggests that moderate coffee drinking is not associated with an increased risk of cancer at most body sites. […]

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