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Topic: Institute for Coffee Studies (7 msgs / 321 lines)
1) From: Dave Huddle
Folks,
Anybody here looked at  www.mc.vandervbilt.edu/coffee  ??
Interesting site.
Here's their mission statement...
    to investigate systematically the actions of
    the various compounds found in coffee
    using the most advanced biomedical tools 
    
    to identify potential therapeutic uses of
    coffee based on fundamental
    chemical constituents
    
    to disseminate research findings and
    promote educational exchange with
    partner nations
    
Lots of links to coffee/caffeine related articles.
Dave		Westerville, OH
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2) From: John Abbott
This works if you remove the extraneous V from Vanderbilt
www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/coffee

3) From: tadpreston
Yes it is interesting, especially the link to the Vanderbilt 
addiction center. Hmmmm....
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4) From: James Gundlach
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The link to the addiction center makes you wonder about the orientation 
but the introduction to the ICS reads:
Large-scale population studies over the last half-century have 
carefully documented the health benefits of coffee consumption. In 
fact, recent epidemiologic studies, independently replicated, show that 
coffee has protective effects for suicide, liver cirrhosis, and 
colorectal cancer. More recently, preliminary studies suggested that 
coffee consumption helps reduce cardiovascular mortality and could have 
a positive impact on Parkinson's disease.
With that, I off to grind with the Rocky and brew with the SL-90 
knowing full well that the costs of my toys is more than covered in 
saved medical bills and the ounces of prevention are pure pleasure to 
boot.
Jim Gundlach
Independently replicating
in La Place, Alabama
On Monday, December 9, 2002, at 01:08 PM, John Abbott wrote:
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The link to the addiction center makes you wonder about the
orientation but the introduction to the ICS reads:
Times New RomanLarge-scale
population studies over the last half-century have carefully
documented the health benefits of coffee consumption. In fact, recent
epidemiologic studies, independently replicated, show that coffee has
protective effects for suicide, liver cirrhosis, and colorectal
cancer. More recently, preliminary studies suggested that coffee
consumption helps reduce cardiovascular mortality and could have a
positive impact on Parkinson's disease.
With that, I off to grind with the
Rocky and brew with the SL-90 knowing full well that the costs of my
toys is more than covered in saved medical bills and the ounces of
prevention are pure pleasure to boot.
Jim Gundlach
Independently replicating
in La Place, Alabama
Times New Roman 
On Monday, December 9, 2002, at 01:08 PM, John Abbott wrote:
This works if you remove the extraneous V from Vanderbilt
www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/coffee

5) From: Dan Bollinger
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LOL!  Of course it is pro-coffee, one of the major contributors is =
Nestle.   ;)  Still, it is within driving distance and I wonder what I =
could see or learn there.  Anyone wanna go to Nashville?  Dan

6) From: Dan Bollinger
There's more that one!?  I didn't know Tennessee had a Nashville.  ;)
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Nestle.   ;)  Still, it is within driving distance and I wonder what I could
see or learn there.  Anyone wanna go to Nashville?  Dan
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orientation but the introduction to the ICS reads:
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carefully documented the health benefits of coffee consumption. In fact,
recent epidemiologic studies, independently replicated, show that coffee has
protective effects for suicide, liver cirrhosis, and colorectal cancer. More
recently, preliminary studies suggested that coffee consumption helps reduce
cardiovascular mortality and could have a positive impact on Parkinson's
disease.
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knowing full well that the costs of my toys is more than covered in saved
medical bills and the ounces of prevention are pure pleasure to boot.
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Huddle
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7) From: John Abbott
Dan, would that be the one in Brown County??  Sounds like an easy drive
from here :O)
On Mon, 2002-12-09 at 16:47, Dan Bollinger wrote:
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