Coffee: The Good News

Spot It! Spot It! 20

Coffee: The Good News

More than half of American adults drink coffee every day. Recent scientific studies suggest moderate consumption may help reduce some disease risks. The interactive graphic below contains information about some of coffee’s possible health benefits. These studies are observational, meaning that researchers draw conclusions based on differences between the number of disease cases in coffee drinkers versus non-drinkers.

You can also learn facts about coffee consumption, view a comparison of the amount of caffeine in common beverages, or learn about some of coffee’s downsides.

Coffee: The Good News

Coffee: The Downsides

While recent scientific studies have shown that coffee may have health benefits, data have also been collected that suggest there may be harmful effects associated with the beverage, particularly if not consumed in moderation.

Coffee: The Good News

Coffee: The Good News

Coffee: The Good News

Coffee by the Numbers See the cup below for current statistics on coffee drinking trends in the United States. > Coffee by the Numbers – Who is drinking?

Coffee: The Good News

> Coffee by the Numbers – How much they drink?

Coffee: The Good News

> Coffee by the Numbers – When do they drink it?

Coffee: The Good News

> Coffee by the Numbers – How much do they spend?

Coffee: The Good News

> Coffee by the Numbers – Total U.S. spends on coffee

Coffee: The Good News

source: National Coffee Drinking Trends 2010, National Coffee Association Caffeine ComparisonsThe size of the beverage in the image below represents how much or how little caffeine it contains.

Coffee: The Good News

### About Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH)

Harvard School of Public Health is dedicated to advancing the public’s health through learning, discovery and communication. More than 400 faculty members are engaged in teaching and training the 1,000-plus student body in a broad spectrum of disciplines crucial to the health and well being of individuals and populations around the world. Programs and projects range from the molecular biology of AIDS vaccines to the epidemiology of cancer; from risk analysis to violence prevention; from maternal and children’s health to quality of care measurement; from health care management to international health and human rights.

### * The above story is adapted from materials provided by Harvard University

_________________________________________________________________

Coffee: The Good News

Coffee: The Good News is an article review from: Medicinezine.com

- MedicinEzine.com is a carefully selected collection of articles about alternative or complementary forms of medicine products. MedicinEzine.com provides free registration, customer reviews and information, allows customer comments, user comments. MedicinEzine.com - MedicinEzine.com is a World Journal of medicine articles and reviews, product reviews, customer reviews and opinions. MedicinEzine.com provides the latest medical news and headlines from the world of medicine and healthcare today and tomorrow.MedicinEzine.com News

Related Posts
  1. Could Your Coffee Habit Protect You from Some Cancers?
  2. Mild Insomnia? 5 Tips for Getting a Good Night’s Sleep.
  3. Stanford news – Image of the Week: CCSR Green
  4. Kicking the smoking habit for good
  5. Emergency Department Visits for Underage Drinking Increase on New Year’s Day

Also in this publisher

UN experts begin assessment of effects of Fukushima nuclear accident

UN experts begin assessment of effects of Fukushima nuclear accidentDestroyed Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Photo: UNSCEAR/ Wolfgang Weiss30 January 2012Sixty international experts assessing the radiation exposures and health effects resulting from the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi...
Remote_image_1328530164

Leave a comment