Should you be worried about cancer in your coffee? Expert breaks down the science behind California's new law which says a cup of Joe could kill you
A California judge ruled yesterday that coffee sellers will have to post warnings that coffee contains a carcinogenic chemical.
Coffee has been part of the human diet for centuries, but scientists have oscillated between warning against over-consumption and advising that a cup a day (or more) may have protective effects.
At the heart of the cancer debate is a chemical called acrylamide, which can be found in a number of foods and drinks, including both coffee and french fries.
Daily Mail Online spoke to an expert who broke down how coffee can help and hurt your health, and why you will... read more
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