Study: coffee drinking may lower death risk

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According to a new study drinking coffee, whether regular or decaf, could reduce the risk of death.

The study included more than 2,000 women and 50,000 men.

According to the study, people who drink coffee daily, even up to four cups per day, are less likely to die from heart disease, neurological disease, type 2 diabetes or suicide than others, .

Researchers looked at death trends in groups with varying amounts of coffee consumption.

Ming Ding, a doctoral student in the Harvard School of Public Health Department of Nutrition was the lead author of the study, which was published on Monday in the journal circulation.

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