Mendelian randomization study of maternal coffee consumption and its influence on birthweight, stillbirth, miscarriage, gestational age and pre-term birth

BackgroundCoffee consumption has been associated with several adverse pregnancy outcomes, although data from randomized–controlled trials are lacking. We investigate whether there is a causal relationship between coffee consumption and miscarriage, stillbirth, birthweight, gestational age and pre-term birth using Mendelian randomization (MR). MethodsA two-sample MR study was performed using summary results data from a genome-wide association …

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Coffee Consumption May Mitigate the Risk for Acute Kidney Injury: Results From the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study

Coffee is one of the most frequently consumed beverages worldwide and has been found to have a wide assortment of health benefits. Although habitual coffee consumption is associated with a lower incidence of chronic kidney disease, an association between coffee and acute kidney injury (AKI) has not yet been revealed.MethodsIn the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities …

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1186-021 / 21 – REGULAR COFFEE INTAKE IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED MORTALITY IN PREVALENT CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

Historically physicians recommend avoiding coffee in patients with arrhythmia and cardiovascular disease (CVD). However, data is lacking on safety of coffee in those with prevalent arrhythmia/CVD. We sought to investigate the associations between coffee and mortality/arrhythmia outcomes in prevalent conditionsMethods: The UK Biobank consists of 502543 people followed over > 10years. Self-reported coffee intake was divided …

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1052-05 – GROUND, INSTANT, OR DECAFFEINATED COFFEE? IMPACT OF DIFFERENT COFFEE SUBTYPES ON INCIDENT ARRHYTHMIA, CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND MORTALITY

Background: Population studies report health benefits from coffee intake. Coffee has up to 100 biologic compounds with caffeine most well known. The effects of coffee subtypes on cardiovascular(CV) outcomes is unclear. We aim to evaluate the associations between coffee subtypes and incident arrhythmia, CV disease (CVD), and total/ CV mortalityMethods: Participant responses to coffee amount and type(ground, …

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1056-05 – EFFECTS OF HABITUAL COFFEE CONSUMPTION ON INCIDENT CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, ARRHYTHMIA, AND MORTALITY: FINDINGS FROM UK BIOBANK

Background: Meta analyses report beneficial effects of coffee intake on incident cardiovascular outcomes, however earlier studies are limited by smaller sample sizes. The aim was to evaluate associations between coffee intake and incident arrhythmia, CVD, and mortality, utilising the UK BiobankMethods: The UK Biobank is a large prospective cohort with outcomes measured >10 years. Coffee …

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