Drinking Coffee May Prevent Heart Disease, Study Says

The coffee drinkers of the world can feel a little more virtuous about their daily caffeine habit today, because a new study has linked coffee with even more health benefits. Coffee has previously been linked with lower risk of cancer,¬†diabetes, and depression in women. Now a new study indicates that a person’s daily coffee habit might be helping their heart health.

Researchers from the University of Colorado were tasked with finding dietary habits that might reduce the risk of heart disease. To do that, they combed through a long-running database of American eating habits and cardiovascular health, and they agreed that one thing really stood out: coffee.

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