Researchers have been investigating the links between coffee and cancer for decades. And while our understanding of coffee’s potential health benefits has improved with advances in research, there’s still more to learn.
Despite overwhelming scientific evidence, popular myths on coffee and health persist.
Drinking coffee has previously been linked to a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, and we may be closer to understanding why.
The FDA statement reflects a growing trend of government and health organizations recognizing the scientific research on coffee and health.
What’s right, what’s wrong, and what’s interesting in the latest news covering coffee, science, and health.
The NCA has released eight new breakout market research reports based on the 2018 National Coffee Drinking Trends (NCDT) study data.
Coffee drinkers fall into one of three major groups based on their caffeine sensitivity, according to new research from the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC).
The consequences of a California judge’s misguided decision could have implications for people across the global coffee supply chain.
New UC Davis research found that coffee can focus group discussion, boost involvement, and leave members feeling better about their own and others’ participation.
Last week, a Los Angeles judge ruled that coffee roasters and retailers must serve up a cancer warning with coffee sold in California under Prop. 65 regulations, based on the naturally-occurring presence of acrylamide from the roasting process. The decision goes against what the science shows us – including the conclusions of the World Health Organization. Study … Continue reading Warning: California’s Coffee “Cancer” Labels May Be Hazardous to Public Health