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Coffee drinking and mortality, diabetes and hearing loss - Two New Studies In Annals Of Internal Medicine

This month's Internal Medicine Report looks at two key studies: Coffee drinking and mortality, and a connection between diabetes and hearing loss. There is good news for coffee drinkers. A new study published in Annals of Internal Medicine found that regular coffee drinking (up to 6 cups per day) is not associated with increased deaths in either men or women.
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