A committee of the American College of Surgeons developed specific recommendations in 2018, which are still valid today.
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The protective effects of coffee were most apparent in people who drank about two to four cups a day.
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Some symptoms are so distressing and severe that symptomatic treatment is needed, but most aren’t.
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Medical schools are educating the next generation of doctors on one of the most widespread, insidious health threats of our time.
Plus: Lying about misinformation and designing a better quality of life.