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Coffee consumption and breast, ovary and endometrial cancers – Part 1

This is the fifth of six blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cancer research, concentrating on the impact of coffee consumption and breast, ovary and endometrial cancers. 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 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 […]

Coffee consumption and cholesterol management

This is the fourth of five blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cardiovascular health, concentrating on the impact of coffee consumption and cardiovascular health. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Background Raised levels of specific types of cholesterol are a key risk […]

Coffee consumption and cardiovascular health vodcast

This vodcast, which can be viewed here, has been produced by the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) and discusses the latest scientific research on the relationship between coffee drinking and cardiovascular disease. Azmina Govindji, a UK registered dietitian, provides the following introduction: (Azmina Govindji) Hello and welcome, today I’m joined by Dr Esther […]

Coffee consumption and cardiovascular health patient studies

This is the second of five blog posts on the topic of coffee consumption and cardiovascular health, concentrating on patient studies and underlying conditions. Coffee and Health also houses current scientific information on a wide range of other coffee-related topics. Overview Studies in patients with underlying disease conditions, from diabetes to myocardial infarction and hypertension, […]

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