Chronic coffee consumption and respiratory disease: A systematic review

@article{Alfaro2018ChronicCC,
  title={Chronic coffee consumption and respiratory disease: A systematic review},
  author={Tiago M. Alfaro and R.A.E. Gomes Monteiro and Rodrigo A. Cunha and Carlos Robalo Cordeiro},
  journal={The Clinical Respiratory Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={12},
  pages={1283 - 1294}
}
The widespread consumption of coffee means that any biological effects from its use can lead to significant public health consequences. Chronic pulmonary diseases are extremely prevalent and responsible for one of every six deaths on a global level. 
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