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COFFEE IS BASICALLY A WONDER DRUG: Caffeine consumption in older women seems to reduce risk of deme…

COFFEE IS BASICALLY A WONDER DRUG: Caffeine consumption in older women seems to reduce risk of dementia. The findings come from participants in the Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study, which was funded by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Driscoll and her research colleagues used data from 6,467 post-menopausal women who reported some level […]
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