Study: Too Much Coffee Could Increase Your Risk Of Death

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coffeeIf you drink a lot of coffee a new study may kill your caffeine buzz.

Men and women who drank 28 cups of coffee a week had a 21-percent higher death rate than non-coffee drinkers. Those younger than 55 had more than a 55-percent increased risk of death, according to the study published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings.

The study followed more than 40,000 men and women. For the purposes of the study a single cup of coffee was considered 8 ounces.

Medical experts explained that the results of the study should cause panic and that negative health consequences could be avoided by limiting intake to two small cups of coffee per day.

“We don’t know whether they had other bad health habits, how strong their coffee was, did they put a lot of high-fat cream into their coffee as well,” Saint Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals’ Dr. Merle Myerson said. Everybody responds to caffeine differently, experts said. Concerned coffee drinkers are advised to speak with a doctor.

Read more at CBS NY

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  1. I don’t know if you should believe it or not every day you here another reasons about coffee, one day you here its healthy and one day its dangerous,just don’t drink it and will keep you away from all problems.

  2. I’m confused about your comment. Are you here or did you hear about it? How many reasons did you hear? Does healthy and dangerous belong to the its?
    But don’t you worry; no one has died from illiteracy.

  3. more confused than confused, why would you get stuck on the bubble gum by saying that you placed the word’s its, just get to the point and realize that coffee isn’t a necessity in life which needs to be lived up to by having 4 cups a day, if you already got stuck on the words hes writing that shows that you couldn’t really care how much about coffee is dangerous you are just stam writing and especially in chodesh Elul to belittle others words , i expected better


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