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Caffeine could help prevent dementia

As if we needed another reason to love coffee, it turns out that our loyal friend could also help stave off dementia. A study published in The Journals of Gerontology found that older women who ingested more caffeine were less likely to experience cognitive impairment. Almost 6,500 women between 65...
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