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Coffee may cut diabetes risk

Moderate coffee consumption is associated with a reduced risk of having diabetes, according to researchers in Greece. The findings come from a study of 500 men and 437 women (aged 65-100 years) from Cyprus, Crete, and other Mediterranean islands. Of the 937 subjects, 84% of them reported drinking coffee. All were asked about the frequency…
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Coffee may cut type 2 diabetes risk

New research suggests that those who drink an additional cup of coffee a day are less likely to develop type 2 diabetes.
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As a coffee aficionado, I have been following the reports which concluded that avid coffee drinkers develop less type 2 diabetes and experience no increases in BP, despite earlier evidence to the contrary. Now, a new study claims that while peripheral BP is not significantly elevated in chronic coffee drinkers, central BP is. What is…
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