Jiali Han's Research on Coffee Cited in Time Magazine

This week Time magazine is citing one of our own researchers in their answer to the question, “Is coffee bad for you?”  Jiali Han, PhD, Chair of the Epidemiology department in the IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health and senior author of a coffee-and-skin cancer study, found that coffee may help protect you from a deadly form of skin cancer.  His research indicates the caffeine in coffee may interact with a type of “repair gene” that plays a role in the development of basal cell carcinoma.  Han says it’s also possible that coffee’s antioxidant compounds could account for the drink’s anti-cancer benefits.   To read the article, click here:  http://time.com/3145435/is-coffee-bad-for-you/