Coffee—Good or Bad?

For now, the evidence suggests no meaningful harm—and likely potential benefits—of coffee drinking. But beware heavily sweetened coffee drinks.

According to the National Coffee Association, 62 percent of U.S. adults drink coffee every day. There is a lot of research on how coffee impacts our health. The majority of studies show health benefits (see The Good on page 8), but some show negative health impacts (see The Bad on page 8). What’s a coffee […]
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