Can You Repeat That? Replication Bias and Caffeine/Health Connections

National and International coffee days (yes there are two) passed in a flash last weekend. Also in a flash went the last three years since Hearing Economics updated research findings on the effects of caffeine and coffee on bodily systems. Today’s ridiculously long post aims to correct that glaring gap. No worries — the caffeine…

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Caffeine Research: Drink to Your Hearing Health

The 2014 updated list of research findings on the effects of caffeine and coffee on our health is here, with new findings highlighted in red.  Even though the “benefits” column far outweighs the “risks” column these days, not everyone is on board when it comes to endorsing coffee/caffeine as a health supplement.  But the barriers…

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Coffee Enhanced Audiology: Drink to Your Wealth

International Coffee Day, September 29, is when Economists and entrepreneurs give it up to openly worship Productivity by coffee proxy.  Services are open to all Audiologists. Hearing Economics’ annual coffee celebration commences today by ferreting out caffeine/coffee connections to our pursuit of Audiology success and prosperity, saving health and happiness for next week. Success and…

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Coffee and Health Table for 2013: Drink to Your Health and Longevity

Hearing Economics concludes the 2013 expanded version of International Coffee Day with a new, improved table linking coffee/caffeine intake to health effects.  The original table appeared in April 2012 and was updated in September 2012. The studies of varying scientific rigor continue to pour in, most in support of a daily coffee habit. Coffee effects on hearing and…

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Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

It’s that time of year again: sit down with a cup of coffee and contemplate the universe.  Hearing Economics once again enjoins readers to enthusiastically participate in International Coffee Day on September 29.  Previously this space celebrated the virtues of coffee vis-a-vis health, productivity, technological advancements, and complementary goods, among other economically important aspects of…

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