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The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer review of 1,000 studies investigating the association between cancer and coffee found coffee is not the cause, and it could be a good way to ward off some cancer. more

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Propisition 65

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The reason coffee sold in California must carry a warning label is to inform consumers of the potential hazard from drinking potential carcinogens. But what if the proven overall benefit in reducing cancers outweighs the potential harm? more

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Why, given the hundreds of studies that show coffee is good for health, did a California judge rule that coffee must be labeled a carcinogen in that state? more

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Propisition 65

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California has repealed Proposition 65 warnings. But, squelch the impulse to cheer. It’s a repeal with a monstrous replacement. more

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Beginning August 30, new California regulations will change the way manufacturers, packagers and retailers must warn consumers about chemicals found in their products as detailed in a state law known as Proposition 65. more

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Coffee sellers in California, including Starbucks and 7-11, have posted cancer warnings in light of a lawsuit that states consumers are entitled to a “clear and reasonable warning” when products contain compounds that may have adverse health effects. more

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The World Health Organization has determined that tumors of the esophagus are likely the result of high temperatures and not the coffee or hot drinks consumed. more

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Center funded by coffee companies highlights recent research investigating links between cancer and coffee. more

Coffee Report

The International Agency for Research on Cancer in May conducted an eight-day convocation to study coffee that bears watching. more

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