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Tag: coffee

6/6/2019

9,125 cups of coffee a year still good for you?

1 10/22/2018

Can coffee ‘tame the redness of rosacea’? Here’s what you need to know about the New York Times’ coverage

3 7/3/2018

A venti-sized serving of misinformation in news stories on latest coffee study

9/29/2017

Caffeine and Parkinson’s: One researcher, two studies, and opposite results. What happens?

3 7/11/2017

Coffee & sleep stories mostly miss the association ≠ causation emphasis

2 5/26/2017

We are in a crisis of crap health news — this week’s reporting shows why

1 4/12/2017

’30 mins apart’: What one TIMEly tweet captures about today’s health news landscape

2 8/18/2015

Coffee, colon cancer, and caveats about observational studies

5 7/2/2015

Shut up and sip your coffee – says Slate

1 2/27/2015

MS joins the coffee club, in which association ≠ causation