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A regular coffee could help you live longer

17th May 2012

Researchers have suggested that drinking coffee could extend your life.

In a study of 400,000 people aged 50-71, they found the more coffee people drank, the less likely they were are to die from a number of ailments such as heart disease, respiratory disease, stroke, injuries, accidents, diabetes and infections, though not cancer. The British Coffee Association said the research in the New England Journal of Medicine added to evidence which demonstrated that moderate coffee consumption of 4-5 cups a day was safe and may be associated with certain health benefits.


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Article Information

Title: A regular coffee could help you live longer
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 21913
Date Added: 17th May 2012


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