Coffee drinking may cut Heart Disease

According to a study published, Long-term coffee drinking may cut a person’s chances of dying from heart disease.

Researchers found that regular coffee drinking — up to six cups a day — was not associated with increased deaths among the study’s middle-aged participants. In fact, the coffee drinkers, particularly the women, experienced a small decline in death rates from heart disease.

[ No higher death risk in long-term coffee drinking ]

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