Coverage from Harvard Gazette, featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett
- Drinking up to six cups a day of coffee is not associated with increased risk of death from any cause, or death from cancer or cardiovascular disease.
- Some people may still want to consider avoiding coffee or switching to decaf, especially women who are pregnant, or people who have a hard time controlling their blood pressure or blood sugar.
- It’s best to brew coffee with a paper filter, to remove a substance that causes increases in LDL cholesterol.
- Coffee may have potential health benefits, but more research needs to be done.
- Read more about coffee and tea compared with other beverages.
Coverage from CNN, featuring HSPH’s Eric Rimm
Coverage from New York Magazine, featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett
Coverage from The Washington Post, featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett
Coverage from HSPH news, featuring Walter Willett
Coverage from HSPH news, featuring James Mitchell
Coverage from The Boston Globe, featuring HSPH’s Eric Rimm
- Initiating an eating episode when there is no physiological need
- Eating too much during an eating episode
Coverage from The Boston Globe, featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett