In today’s email, P.D. Mangan says not to worry:
“…does coffee consumption cause cancer?
The evidence says that it does not. In fact, coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of many cancers.
Coffee consumption is associated with a modestly lower risk of many cancers, and no increased risk of any cancer. (Study here.)
Coffee consumption at 2 cups a day is associated with about a 30% lower risk of liver cancer, and a 44% decreased risk of liver cancer in people with liver disease. (Study here.)
And coffee is associated with a lower all-cause death rate.”
Not drinking coffee is also associated with writing significantly less words per day. Also, most scientific research is bunk.