Coffee consumption and mortality in a 14-year follow-up of an elderly northern Finnish population

@article{Happonen2008CoffeeCA,
  title={Coffee consumption and mortality in a 14-year follow-up of an elderly northern Finnish population},
  author={P. Happonen and E. Läärä and L. Hiltunen and H. Luukinen},
  journal={British Journal of Nutrition},
  year={2008},
  volume={99},
  pages={1354 - 1361}
}
The present study assessed the relationship between coffee consumption and mortality in a home-dwelling elderly population. A population-based cohort of 817 men and women born in 1920 or earlier and living in northern Finland provided complete data on daily coffee consumption and other variables at the baseline examination in 1991–1992. Deaths were monitored through to the end of 2005 by national death certificates, resulting in 6960 person-years of follow-up. Hazard rate ratios for mortality… Expand
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