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Journal Scan / Research · July 20, 2017

Coffee Consumption Associated With Reduced Mortality Risk

Annals of Internal Medicine


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Annals of Internal Medicine
Coffee Drinking and Mortality in 10 European Countries: A Multinational Cohort Study
Ann. Intern. Med 2017 Jul 11;[EPub Ahead of Print], MJ Gunter, N Murphy, AJ Cross, L Dossus, L Dartois, G Fagherazzi, R Kaaks, T Kühn, H Boeing, K Aleksandrova, A Tjønneland, A Olsen, K Overvad, SC Larsen, ML Redondo Cornejo, A Agudo, MJ Sánchez Pérez, JM Altzibar, C Navarro, E Ardanaz, KT Khaw, A Butterworth, KE Bradbury, A Trichopoulou, P Lagiou, D Trichopoulos, D Palli, S Grioni, P Vineis, S Panico, R Tumino, B Bueno-de-Mesquita, P Siersema, M Leenders, JWJ Beulens, CU Uiterwaal, P Wallström, LM Nilsson, R Landberg, E Weiderpass, G Skeie, T Braaten, P Brennan, I Licaj, DC Muller, R Sinha, N Wareham, E Riboli

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