Cof­fee found to lower risk of death from stroke or heart at­tack


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Ah, the morn­ing cuppa — we crave it, we love it. Now there’s an­other rea­son to sip more of the hot bev­er­age. Cof­fee drinkers have been found to have a lower risk of dy­ing from strokes and heart and liver dis­ease. Ap­par­ently it doesn’t matter if it’s de­caf or not, but peo­ple who drink more cof­fee through the day seem to have a higher chance of sur­viv­ing a heart at­tack or stroke. There is, how­ever, a catch. Sci­en­tists aren’t en­tirely sure if it’s the cof­fee it­self that’s re­spon­si­ble for the ben­e­fits. There is a pos­si­bil­ity that cof­fee drinkers in gen­eral are health­ier, so it could be put down to life­style choices as op­posed to the drink. All up, then, we haven’t learnt much, ex­cept that cof­fee is a tasty bev­er­age that might be good for you!

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