Tag: coffee and health

Can Coffee Protect Against Covid-19 and Other Health Conditions?

July 26, 2021 (Published: July 26, 2021)

Can drinking coffee cut your risks of contracting COVID-19? That’s what a 2021 study published in the journal Nutrients suggests! Researchers at Northwestern University associated drinking two to three Cups of Joe each day with a 10 percent drop in rates of COVID-19 infection – similar to the impact of eating vegetables. “This is yet […]

Coffee May Lower Oral Cancer Risk

December 13, 2013 (Published: January 17, 2013)

As if there weren’t already a host of reasons to love java, a new study by the American Cancer Society links drinking several cups a day with a decreased risk of dying from oral cancer. In a study of 968,432 people who were part of the 26-year Cancer Prevention Study II, researchers found that participants […]

Coffee and Green Tea May Lower Diabetes Risk

December 24, 2022 (Published: October 26, 2012)

Great news for coffee and tea drinkers! New  research indicates that  people who drink coffee and green tea appear less likely to develop type 2 diabetes. Several studies over the past few years support this conclusion. In 2011, UCLA researchers found that women who drink at least four cups of coffee a day are less […]

Can Coffee Prevent Cancer?

October 3, 2012 (Published: December 29, 2011)

At Crimson Cup, we know that coffee leaves you feeling very energized. And, a growing number of studies are revealing even greater potential benefits of drinking your morning cup of Joe. A team of Harvard University researchers recently published a study showing that women who drank four or more cups of coffee a day had […]