'Coffee is harmless' - scientists disagree
Don't underestimate genetics when it comes to the "Jekyll and Hyde aspect to coffee. [New Zealand Herald, November 28, 2015]

A Harvard scientist who's studied coffee for 20 years explains why the drink is amazing
Coffee-drinkers have lower risks of cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases, as well as suicide. But study author, Dr. Frank Hu, said it was hard to study coffee because so many coffee-drinkers smoke. Smoking, he says, masks the potential health benefits of drinking coffee. [Business Insider, November 25, 2015]

Is coffee a health drink?
How did our favourite guilty pleasure move from villain to ally? And does this mean we can go nuts and caffeinate from dawn to dusk or do we still have to make room for plain water? What's the catch? Predictably, there is one. [Green Beanery blog, November 24, 2016]