Study suggests coffee helps prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and much more
Once upon a time, people used to think that coffee would stunt your growth if you drank it as a youngster. In more recent years, coffee intake is regularly blamed for many different symptoms, from high blood pressure to migraines, and even heart palpitations. But science isn’t done weighing in on exactly what coffee can do for humanity, and new research suggests that the murky beverage could actually be highly effective at delaying or preventing some extremely serious ailments, including heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and many others.
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