Coffee and Heart Disease

Coffee consumption has been linked to an increased risk of coronary heart disease and deaths from heart attacks in some studies,1 2 3 but not in many other studies.4 Studies that have found an association between coffee intake and heart disease have found it primarily in people who have consumed relatively large amounts (5-6 cups/day or more) of unfiltered coffee for many years. Many Ameri...

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