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Why does it feel as though this was placed in the news to get higher coffee sales... - Nivm

More bogus research to perpetuate the myth fuelling the media and medical research industries[edit]

We have 1,000 years of epidemiological evidence showing that coffee consumption is pretty much irrelevant to human health. That's almost 10 centuries more than any health drink marketed these days.

So who has a vested interest in perpetuating this myth suggesting coffee somehow has a measurable positive or negative influence on health?:

  1. media companies who make money of eyeballs to sell to advertisers
  2. grant-based medical researchers