Health study: Drinking coffee every day may extend your life, so enjoy a cup at these Austin-area local cafes
Two articles recently published in the Annals of Internal Medicine suggest that moderate coffee consumption can contribute to longer life. The two studies pulled research from more than 705,000 combined participants who answered questions about their coffee drinking habits. Researchers followed up after 16 years and found that higher coffee intake was associated with lower risk of death in all 10 European countries where research participants lived. The potential health benefits emerged regardless of the coffee being caffeinated or decaffeinated. Coffee is one of the top beverages of choice in the world, the study also found, with 2.25 billion cups consumed daily worldwide.
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