Coffee and Caffeine: The Relationship with Cancer, Diabetes, and Cardiovascular Disease / Café et caféine : le lien avec le cancer, le diabète et les maladies cardiovasculaires

December 2008
Applied Physiology, Nutrition & Metabolism;Dec2008, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p1267
Academic Journal
The article presents the study "Coffee and Caffeine: The Relationship with Cancer, Diabetes, and Cardiovascular Disease," which was delivered at the Canadian Society for Clinical Nutrition's Annual Meeting in June 2007 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.


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