Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 26th, 1996
"When we carefully controlled for smoking, we saw no evidence whatsoever of any risk of coronary heart disease," said Dr. Walter C. Willett, a professor of epidemiology and nutrition at Harvard School of Public health.
That was true even for six-cup-a-day drinkers, his team found.
"There is a chance that nonfiltered coffee, such as espresso, could have a different, presumably small, adverse effect (by raising levels of blood cholesterol), but this...
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