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Coffee and human health

Coffee and human health

Coffee and human health

Dr John Stanley
Lecturer in Biochemistry
Trinity College, Oxford

Introduction
Coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world and caffeine is the most widely consumed pharmacologically active compound. It is, therefore, entirely appropriate that attempts should be made to assess the effects of coffee and caffeine on human health. However, as discussed in the next section these attempts are hampered by the weaknesses of the scientific approaches available.

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