This article was translated by John R. Bopp
Yes, we’re sure that this week, millions of people around the world have been discussing this study on the benefits of coffee that was published by the Hospital of Navarre under the direction of Adela Navarro.
It’s not often that we find that information from our country generates such waves around the world, especially when it’s a scientific matter.
We’ve collected a “small sample” of 77 articles, etc. about this work that was presented at the congress of the European Cardiology Society. We used the world “small” because we’ve left a lot of articles out of this list that you can find on our scoop.it service.
The articles we’ve found come from everywhere, from New Zealand to Canada, from China to South America, from India to the Arab world. It’s clear that coffee is a beverage that gets people’s attention.
We’ll leave you with an example of the articles we’ve listed on scoop.it; the link to that service so you can see all the articles we’ve collected; and a press release from the European Society of Cardiology that presents the study.
Xwtoutiao – 29/8/2017 – China
根据ESC大会今天发布的研究报告，咖啡摄入量越高，死亡风险越低。这项由近2万参与者进行的观察研究表明，在健康人群中，咖啡可以成为健康饮食的一部分。 西班牙潘普洛纳纳瓦拉医院的心脏病专家Adela Navarro博士说：“咖啡是世界上消费最广泛的饮料之一。”以前的研究表明，喝咖啡可能与全因死亡率呈负相关，但在地中海国家尚未进行调查。”
US Today – 28/8/2017 – USA
Study: Drinking four cups of coffee daily lowers risk of death
Feel free to pour that second, third, or even fourth cup of coffee this morning. Higher consumption of coffee is connected to a lower risk of death, says a study presented by Spanish researchers during the European Society of Cardiology Congress held in Barcelona.
El País – 28/8/2017 – Bolivia
Científicos revelan cuántas tazas de café al día ayudan a evitar una muerte temprana
Científicos que participan en el ‘The SUN Project’ español afirman que un consumo mayor del café reduce el riesgo de muerte temprana y puede formar parte de una dieta saludable en personas sanas, según los resultados de un informe que ha publicado la Sociedad Europea de Cardiología (ESC).
Information about the study collected on our Scoop.it
European Society of Cardiology – 27/8/2017 – Europa
Higher coffee consumption associated with lower risk of death
Higher coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of death, according to research presented today at ESC Congress.1 The observational study in nearly 20 000 participants suggests that coffee can be part of a healthy diet in healthy people.