A coffee machine pours coffee into a paper cup in Kiev March 1, 2012. Gleb Garanich / Reuters
(Reuters Health) – People who drink the most coffee are less likely to die than those who drink the least or none, according to two new studies that followed nearly three quarters of a million people for about 16 years.
The results don’t necessarily mean coffee directly prevents people from dying, but researchers suggest they should at least reassure people who can’t get by without their daily cup of joe.
“It’s premature that people start consuming coffee to improve health outcomes,” said Alice Lichtenstein, director …read more