Drinking coffee could reduce your chance of death 'by years', scientists say
12 July, 2017, 00:15
Interestingly, in the US study, even decaffeinated coffee was found to be linked to longer life, suggesting that the mechanism for its health benefits lies somewhere other than caffeine.
People who had two to four cups a day had an 18 percent lower risk of death, in contrast with people who did not drinkcoffee at all. It found that people who consume just one cup per day saw their chance of dying early drop by 12 percent.
The researchers said they made a "statistically significant" observation between those who consumed the mostcoffee and lower risk of death, compared to non-drinkers.
The European study presented an inverse relation between coffee and circulatory diseases, digestive diseases, cancer in women, suicide in men, and liver disease.
"That said, our results suggest that moderate coffee drinking - up to around three cups per day - is not detrimental, and that incorporating coffee into your diet could have health benefits".
Coffee contains many antioxidants and phenolic compounds - the substances that play an important role in the prevention of cancer. "This included checking 1 of 9 boxes, ranging from "never or hardly ever" to 4 or more cups daily", and reporting whether they drank caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee.
"Coffee is a rich source of various compounds that have biological activity", Marc Gunter, lead author of the European study, said in an email.
The study does have limitations, and the researchers were not able to pinpoint a causal relationship, or why coffee appears to have these health benefits.
This second study was particularly noteworthy because it focused on American populations of different ethnicities, including black, white, Latino, Japanese, and Hawaiian-Americans.
According to twonew studies, drinking coffee regularly, even in not so small quantities, may be the secret to a longer life.
The benefits of coffee were found no matter how it's prepared, filtered or boiled.
Dr. Gunter is careful not to make specific recommendations about how muchcoffee people should drink, as more research is needed on the topic.
The US study's lead author, Dr Veronica Setiawan, from the University of Southern California, said the chemical make-up of the popular beverage was a possible explanation for the findings. But if you don't have that sensitivity, the researchers say this proves that 3 to 5 cups a day can be part of a healthy diet.
"I always felt its one of the few things that I enjoy that doesn't have calories", she said.
Previous studies conducted by Harvard University have reported drinking coffee can reduce the risk of developing Parkinson's disease, lower the risk of deadly prostate cancer in men, and reduce the risk of heart failure and skin cancer for people who drank 1-2 cups of coffee daily, according to the San Diego Tribune. Coffee won't magically fix all your health issues and help you to live forever, but there's a chance it may help your body to keep ticking on.
"Recommending coffee intake to reduce mortality or prevent chronic disease would be premature", an accompanying editorial of the journal wrote.
The KC-130 Hercules is used for air-to-air refueling, to carry cargo and perform tactical passenger missions. In his own words, he said, "You looked up and you saw the plane twirling around,"."It was spinning down".
Janata Dal (S) general secretary Danish Ali told The Hindu that it was imperative to take all steps to maintain Opposition unity. Now, even the JD (U) attended the 18 party opposition meet this afternoon (July 11) to choose the vice-presidential candidate.
Researchers caution there's no clear link between not getting enough sleep and dementia or Alzheimer's. Certain illnesses can cause sleepless nights like depression, restless leg syndrome and sleep apnea.
Fultz averaged 23.2 points per game for the Huskies, best in the nation among freshmen, along with 5.9 assists and 5.7 rebounds. He and Markelle Fultz , this year's first selection in the draft, will likely both see time running the point for Philadelphia.
The trade included the Raptors sending away Carroll and two future draft picks in exchange for Brooklyn's Justin Hamilton . Absorbing DeMarre Carroll's contract takes the Nets out of the running for any of the remaining free agents this offseason.
In March, Del Rio supported Paige when she became a victim of a nude photo leak scandal, termed as " Fappening 2.0 ". Zak also noted that their father, Ricky Knight, will weigh in later, noting, "Thanks for all the messages".
In other words, the Rift is now on par with Sony's PlayStation VR in terms of pricing and significantly undercuts the HTC Vive . Facebook kicked off the tech industry's push into VR with its purchase of Oculus for $2 billion in 2014 .
More to the point, the platform doesn't charge users an unreturned umbrella fee, meaning most people simply ended up keeping them. However, the startup apparently didn't provide enough information on how customers can return the umbrellas when they're done.
This one was from the county pier that ran out in the water! But the rip current was much stronger than Ursey and fellow swimmers. Known for acts of heroism, Simmons once walked 11 miles in Alabama after a tornado to assist survivors.
The Nevada Department of Taxation has issued a Statement of Emergency as the marijuana industry is in danger of collapsing. The distribution crisis, however, has been caused by a legal spat brought about by Nevada's liquor industry.
Amid the transfer speculation, Iheanacho admitted earlier this month he was not happy with how last season panned out at City. The report suggests that Spurs could consider snapping up Iheanacho in a player-plus-cash deal involving Walker.