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Coffee consumption associated with lower mortality risk

Coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of all-cause mortality for men and women, specifically in African Americans, Japanese Americans, Latinos, and whites.
Cardiovascular Disease Information Center

Arrhythmia and Coffee—To Drink or Not to Drink?

Investigators conducted a study to evaluate the relationship between coffee intake and incident arrhythmia, cardiovascular disease, and mortality.
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Should we or should we not drink coffee? What are the health benefits? What are the negatives?—Felix N. Chien, DO, Newport Beach, Calif. Coffee and tea are the most widely consumed beverages in the world, and caffeine is thought to be the most commonly used pharmacologically active substance (Gilbert RM. In: Spiller GA, ed. The…
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Coffee may lower multiple sclerosis risk

Patients who regularly drank at least four cups of coffee a day were one-third less likely to have MS, compared with people who avoided coffee.
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