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Op-ed: Coffee doesn't need cancer warning label

Although a California lawsuit is calling for coffee to be labeled with a cancer warning, a Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health expert says that hundreds of studies have shown no hint of increased cancer risk from…

Our collective coffee craze appears to be good for us

The U.S. is in love with coffee—roughly 62% of Americans drink it every day, an all-time high—and coffee may just well love us back. Two decades of research suggests that coffee may help reduce the risk of illnesses…

Cold brew coffee as healthy as the hot kind

Cold brew coffee—made by steeping coffee grounds in cold water for typically an entire day—is just as healthy as regular coffee, according to nutrition expert Frank Hu of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The health benefits…

To press (coffee) or not to press?

European pressed coffee has become more fashionable in the U.S. But it may have a negative impact on health if you drink too much, according to nutrition expert Eric Rimm of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.…

Assessing the new U.S. dietary guidelines

January 7, 2015 -- U.S. government officials released the new 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs) on January 7, 2016. Nutrition expert Frank Hu, who served on the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee—which made recommendations on what should…

Like water, coffee a healthy beverage choice

Coffee is a good alternative to water because of the many health benefits it appears to confer. Coffee is high in natural polyphenols, which are micronutrients that have been linked with preventing cancer, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular…