According to the medical journal Gastroenterology, drinking coffee appears to lower your risk of developing liver cancer. The study (actually, eleven separate studies) involved 239,146 people, 2,260 of who had liver cancer. For every two cups of coffee drank per day, a forty three percent reduced risk of liver cancer was observed. Read more here.

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An abstract from the International Journal of Dermatology: Background Androgenetic alopecia (AGA) is a common problem in men of all ages, affecting approximately 50% at 50 years of age. The underlying cause is an androgen-dependent miniaturization of genetically predetermined hair follicles. Here, the hair organ culture model was used to investigate the effects of testosterone […]

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Research from the International Journal of Dermatology suggests that caffeine may stimulate hair growth! Hey, yet another reason to drink coffee, right?! Dr. Ernesto Illy, chairman of Illy Coffee, will be discussing this and other coffee related health issues, such as its positive effects on degenerative diseases Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, at the International Culinary Center […]

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A new study has found that people from families prone to Parkinson’s Disease, who drink coffee (or smoke, surprisingly), are less likely to develop the disease. It may just be coincidental, they’re not sure yet. In other words, people with physical conditions that lower their risk of Parkinson’s may also be more inclined to enjoy […]

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Did you know that coffee is an excellent source of antioxidants? Drinking between one and three cups a day provides the levels generally associated with reducing the risk of colon cancer, slowing the aging process, enhancing short term memory, etc. Drink more than that and you could open yourself up to new health complications, including […]

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